Geothumbs is a browser script that replaces the small picture frame icons on geocaching.com cache and logbook pages with thumbnails of the actual images. It adds image navigation and optional large images to the gallery pages. The script works with Firefox, Google Chrome and Opera.
On cache and logbook pages clicking an image thumbnail will pop-up the full sized image in the existing 'lightbox' feature. Clicking the sides of this full sized image (or using the keyboard left and right keys) will allow you to move between all the images in the gallery. For images currently shown on the cache page each pop-up image will show the image title, who took it, when it was taken, any image description, a link to the cache log and a link to print the image. For images not currently shown on the cache page each pop-up image will show the image title, any image description and a link to print the image. Clicking the text description next to the image thumbnail will bypass the 'lightbox' and display the image directly. To provide some protection against viewing spoilers inadvertently any image labelled as a spoiler will not be shown by default. This mode of operation can be changed to always shown spoilers.
On gallery pages Geothumbs adds the ability to navigate between all the pop-up images in the gallery. The standard thumbnails can optionally be changed to large images if required. The number of images per row is also configurable.
Geothumbs can load more than the standard 25 logs at a time when you initially open the cache page or you reach the bottom of the page. The number of logs that can be loaded can be configured to be 25, 50, 75 or 100.
Geothumbs can be configured to your preferred operation by selecting 'Geothumbs Options' in the drop-down menu box shown to the right of your user name at the top of each cache page.
You will be automatically notified whenever an update to the script becomes available.
If you use the GC Little Helper script then you will need to uncheck the 'Show Thumbnails of Images' and 'Show bigger Images in Gallery' options in GC Little Helper.
Google Chrome installation:
This script has been tested to work with:
It should also work with:
Update to work with GC.com changes made in June 2018.
Fix to display your own log and friends images when GC Little Helper II is installed.
Enable geothumbs menu in Tampermonkey on Google Chrome.
Updated to allow operation with GC Little Helper II
Updated Gallery to work with Geocaching.com site changes made in March 2016
Updated to work with Geocaching.com site changes made in March 2015
Fix problem where Geothumbs is non operational after reinstallation under Greasemonkey versions 2.0 onwards.
Enable operation on old style /seek/cache_details.aspx cache pages.
Add Gallery 'Images per row' option
Set minimum Lightbox size to allow small images to be shown with correctly formatted image details
Improve handling of spoiler images
Allow operation with GC Little Helper v10.6
Fixed incorrect link on 'View Log'
Fix owner images not showing
Updated to work with Geocaching.com site changes made on 21 August 2013
Updated to work with Geocaching.com site changes made on 2 August 2013
Updated to work with Geocaching.com site changes made on 17 January 2012
Add navigation between the pop-up images on the user profile gallery page
Open correct image from View Log link on pop-up image page
Add thumbnails to logbook page
Add navigation between the pop-up images on the gallery page
Add option to display large images on the gallery page
Add compatibilty with GC Little Helper script
Updated to work with Geocaching.com site changes made in December 2011
Options are now accessed via a new 'Options' menu at the top of each cache page
Minor update to only request initial logs if more than 25 logs have been selected
Updated to work with Geocaching.com site changes made in September and October 2011
Show all gallery images in the 'lightbox' without the need to load all logs
Add option to specify the number of logs to be loaded initially and when reaching the bottom of the cache page
For support please contact us via our geocaching profile - Gary & Jane