Mile Hunter Coordinates

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  1. Pink Flamingo

    Pink Flamingo <font color=FF66FF>Think Pink!!!<br><font color=CC

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    I just noticed that the coordinates (for ex. X 340, Y 248) for where you are clicking on the map on the Mile Hunter game on Milesource are listed at the bottom of the page. I had never noticed this before.

    I think the place where they are listed is called the task bar - not sure of that though - as you can see I'm not real up on my computer terms.
     
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  3. MrsMud

    MrsMud <font color=green>Thinks the Ghostbuster wearing t

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    Pink Flamingo: Thanks for the tip, I've been holding my finger on the computer screen at the spot where I last clicked!
     
  4. lisalynn

    lisalynn Missing beautiful Lake Okoboji EVERY SINGLE DAY!!!

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    Thanks so much!!!

    Today I watched my coordinates on the bar & I won!!! I'll have to wait until tomorrows e-mail to know how many points!

    Thanks again!!!


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    Lisa
     
  5. MrsMud

    MrsMud <font color=green>Thinks the Ghostbuster wearing t

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    You know, I looked today when I did Milehunter, but I didn't see any coordinates! Am I blind? Where are they exactly? Thanks.
     
  6. buzz5985

    buzz5985 DIS Veteran

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    I have not noticed the latitude/longitude yet. But is it worth it? I have won Milehunter 3 times this past week for 3 points each. Anyone gotten more points? Lucky 7 takes half the time and if I get a quick pick, usually match at least 1 number. Janis
     
  7. MrsMud

    MrsMud <font color=green>Thinks the Ghostbuster wearing t

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    Buzz 5984,
    "is it worth it?" That depends on how you look at it. I have played it everyday since it started, and only twice have I lost. I have won between 3 and 10 points, probably averaging out to about 4 1/2 or 5. I don't think it takes any longer than it would take to click back and forth for 4 or 5 points in Clickfix. But the real reason I still do it is I get bored to death with Clickfix, and this is a lot more interesting, also somewhat educational! I usually do it about halfway through all my clicking, just to give myself a break.
    ;)
    PS- I still can't find the coordinates, I don't think they are there on my computer!
     
  8. DisneyFan0304

    DisneyFan0304 DIS Veteran

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    The coordinates show up on the task bar on the left-hand side of the screen. They'll show up as X=___ Y=___ (the blanks would be replaced by the numbers of the coordinates). I didn't even realize what they were at first!
     
  9. 2plusPoohBaby

    2plusPoohBaby Earning My Ears

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    I found the coordinates (they are at the bottom of your screen where you can check to see how much of an Internet page has loaded), but I have not been able to win once on Milehunter. Can anyone help me figure it out? Thanks!
     
  10. MrsMud

    MrsMud <font color=green>Thinks the Ghostbuster wearing t

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    2pluspoohbaby:
    I'm not sure what you're getting stuck on, the location on the map or the questions? First, the location must be VERY precise. I usually hold my finger on the screen where I clicked, sometimes two fingers at the last two spots I clicked, so if it says " a little to the East" and I go east, then "a little to the West", I know it is somewhere between my two fingers. Not very scientific, but I can't find the coordinates and this method works! By the way, don't believe when it says "a little" or "almost, but not quite". I have found that the actual spot may be quite a distance east, west or whatever. I always start smack dab in the middle of the map, then move halfway in the direction it says. Usually by the end of 5 turns and the first set of questions I have at least narrowed it down to a few square boxes. If it's the questions you are getting stuck on, I keep a big Websters Dictionary at the computer. Believe it or not, I have found most of the answers right there in the dictionary! As for their 2 help tools (what is it, Brittanica and Google? LOL, I probably got that all wrong) they are more frustrating than anything. They only give you a little blurb about any topic, and then suggest that you sign up for their paid memberships to get more info!! Yes, this game is a pain, but still I do it. It gets me away from Clickfix for a little while. Sorry so long, hope this helped. Good luck! BTW, congratulations on poohbaby! ;)
     

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