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Online mining guide
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RANDY SMALLEGAN
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27 Feb 2017 10:23 AM
    When is the online guide available to use? And how and where does one get access to it?
    FREDDIE BECK
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    27 Feb 2017 01:14 PM

    Randy,

    the guide is up and online. its located under the community tab (GPAA Claim Directory). it is still a work in progress so some of the locations don't have information. if you have the paper copy use it if nothing is on the site for the claim you are looking into. Also it has been posted that any information you have (ie: GPS coordinates, travel coordinates, picture of boundary markers, things like that) to upload them as this will help prospectors in the future. Hardly anything on the east coast (where I am ) has been uploaded yet. it takes time but its coming along. I would watch the tutorial Kevin made if you would like to post info on any of the claims.

    Freddie

     

    ARTHUR WAUGH
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    27 Feb 2017 01:34 PM
    By the box under your name, it shows "non member".  The online guide is only available to logged in, registered GPAA/LDMA members.  Located in Community, GPAA Claim Directory.   As Freddie said, a work in progress, and will take time for it to show a lot of information and directions.
    Tony Scola
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    09 May 2017 02:02 PM

    I have heard a LOT about a mining guide and never seen, it what happen?

    Tim Leibel
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    09 May 2017 02:34 PM
    Tony, go to the Community tab at the top. Then to. GPAA mining guide
    Wayne Crowder
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    25 May 2017 08:20 PM

    Tim,

    RE: The earlier post by Randy Smallegan in February of this year.  (Just now saw it.)

    I thought non-members could not post to the GPAA Forums.  Has that changed??

    Wayne

    Tim Leibel
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    25 May 2017 08:33 PM
    It is my understanding non members can post to parts of the forum. Otherwise they would not be able to learn about the GPAA. But they have no access to any parts with direct claims information. And of course no access to the LDMA section. I got this when I asked.
    Wayne Crowder
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    26 May 2017 08:19 AM
    Tim,
    Thanks. Good to know.

    Wayne
    JIM GACEY
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    14 May 2018 02:03 PM

     

    I'm a member and on-line.  Where's the mining guide?

     

     

    Edward Myall
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    14 May 2018 02:26 PM
    Hey Jim
    It's under properties.
    Wayne Ivey
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    14 May 2018 09:26 PM
    WILLIAM MEINERS
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    20 May 2019 09:24 AM
    Where on the site do I find members RV parking or if a claim has that. South from Idaho
    ARTHUR WAUGH
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    08 Jul 2019 06:05 PM
    Ok, what's going on with the online guide. We have tried to access it several times recently and it appears to be down. Have some info to post to a couple of claims. And before asking, yes we are logged in.
    Tim Leibel
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    08 Jul 2019 06:12 PM
    They changed the access method to the guide. Go to properties, then look for the claim by State, County or Name. Kevin G
    Tim Leibel
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    08 Jul 2019 06:13 PM
    They changed the access method to the guide. Go to properties, then look for the claim by State, County or Name. Kevin Hoagland posted a video on this a few days ago.
    ARTHUR WAUGH
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    08 Jul 2019 06:39 PM
    Even when logged in, it won't let me plug anything into the search boxes, and when I hit the drop down arrow, I get nothing but an empty box.

    Not going to waste my time trying to figure out their problem with a video...........the hell with it. They can figure out claim reports, isssues, etc on their own.
    Gary Barber
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    09 Jul 2019 06:11 PM
    I can't get on the online mining guide either. It won't let me plug anything into the state or claim at all. What is going on?
    ARTHUR WAUGH
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    10 Jul 2019 10:53 AM
    Likre a lot of other things, it's broke and they don't have enough staff to try and fix it. Prime example is Kevin is now the claims guy in addition to everything else he was responsible for.

    As Chapter claims person, it is a little sad that we can't access the information or file reports on using the claims, since they want us to transition to online from the book...........go figure. As a part owner in two of the claims in the guide, I like to see what members have to say about them, and get timely notice if someone notices an issue.
    Jim Harding
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    10 Jul 2019 12:30 PM
    I don't think it is broke for everyone. I can access the properties and all other areas of the site. Have you tried clearing the cache in your web browser or tried different browsers? Maybe it will help.
    ARTHUR WAUGH
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    10 Jul 2019 01:44 PM
    Hmmmmm.....shows up on chrome but not explorer. Not that computer literate, so thanks.
    Gary Barber
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    10 Jul 2019 05:24 PM
    I have tried Bing, MSN and Explorer---doesn't work. So I guess I will download chrome. Hope it works
    Gary Barber
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    10 Jul 2019 05:57 PM
    I just downloaded Chrome and it works. Thanks guys.
    Tim Leibel
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    10 Jul 2019 07:25 PM
    I received an e-mail from Kevin. The web department is aware of the problem. He has walked a few people through the issue. It seems Firefox has the most issues. Followed by Internet Explorer and then Chrome. They are currently making enhancements that caused this bug maybe. Hopefully the issue will be traced and corrected quickly.

    William Hall
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    11 Jul 2019 07:11 PM
    I quite using exploder a year or so ago
    things seem to work so much better

    Bill
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    Leo Lorenz
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    12 Jul 2019 02:51 AM
    Gary...Bing and MSN are search engines.....Explorer and Chrome are browser's...2 different things
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