GSAK (Geocaching Swiss Army Knife)
GSAK allows you to set a filter by interrogating the child waypoints that match your selection criteria.
For options that allow regular expressions, see this topic for more information
Code - The child waypoint code
Type - The child waypoint type
Date - The creation date of the child waypoint
Name - The name of the child waypoint
Comments - The child waypoint comments
By User - Use to discriminate between user created child waypoints, and those loaded by Groundspeak GPX files
Count - This enables you to condition the selection of the cache depending on the number of "matched" child waypoints using the criteria from the previous selections
Child Flag actions - Allow you to manipulate the child flags at the same time as setting the filter.
You can also use the count option to find caches that don't have certain child waypoints. For example, if you want a filter of all caches that don't have any parking child waypoints:
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