The new version has a great new feature: It can move solve riddle (“unknown”) caches to their real location (instead of the usual dummy location). This is just great for planing trips, ’cause you can see in Google Earth where the box *really* is located.
To use this feature, you have to create a simple text file (for example with the Windows text editor “Notepad”). Each line contains the GC-Number and the North and East or West coords, separated by semicolons. For example “GC1234;N49 12.345;W002 12.345”. Please note that this coordinate format is mandatory. GoogleEarthTweaker does not support other formats here, sorry. The next and final step is to simple enter the path and filename into the respective edit box in the dialog (or use the […] button to select the file). That’s all. The file can contain as many lines/caches as you can solve.
Enjoy your caching trips!
(Oh, by the way: The moved riddle caches will be marked with a red circle arround the cache in Google Earth. This way you know, that this icon showsreal box coordinates.)
You can download the latest version here.