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Mapfish printing application from Openlayers : disableScaleLocking

Mapfish printing application from Openlayers: I get the following error when I use a different scale than the scales defined in the config.yaml even though I am using disableScaleLocking: true ...
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Set scale for labels

I have multiple shapefile with different geometry and I am trying to on a label of layers. For create a map I am using Geoserver and Openlayer. Requirement is layer are visible on a max zoom level ...
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ScaleLine shows NaN for LCC projection

I have used openlayers along with geoserver. My Map is having LCC projection by default, but SRS is EPSG:4042. The problem is that the scaleline shows NaN in meter as well as feet. How can I correct ...
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A WMS layer fails to show at some scales

I am tring to overlay my WMS layer on Google but at a particular scale it doesn't show the data of my layer. What can be the problem? <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head ...
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Openlayers + WMS layer. Use scale or resolution + DPI

I have a problem with displaying map with WMS layer in Openlayers. I'm able to display it but the image of the map is not sharp especially at higher zooms. I have a documentation from the map ...
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OpenLayers Scaleline always wrong in my virtual star map

I got a problem for the scale line when I using openlayer to show my "star map". Basically, I give a set of 2D coodinates (X,Y) for each star, and generate the map using map server. Now the map can be ...
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How can I change the display name of the “Scale” control?

Here is the thing. I added the Scale control to my web and is displayed in a div at the bottom. I need to translate the "Scale" text to other language but I can't find how to do it. I searched in the ...
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OpenLayers: Use scales instead of resolutions

Venturing around in the OpenLayers source code, it seems like everything related to zoom-levels is done using resolutions. Fair enough since this related directly to screen space. I would like ...