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Before I come to your question, I'll like to explain something about commercial APIs like Google Maps API or the Bing Maps API. When you use the Google Maps API, you are actually getting 3 different things: Firstly, you are getting a JavaScript Library that you can use in your application or HTML Then you get access to a set of tiles, which are created by ...


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I have solved my problem. Perhaps not the best way... The solution was a "singleTile" option for every WMS-Layer. It was set always to true. With "singleTile: false" I solved my problem. Actually my problem with WMS "vector" layers persisted on all zoom levels. It was simply difficult to see this.


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If I understand correctly what you are looking for is something a bit like what is possible using Google Maps with its user added markers and lines. The reason that Google can do this is that they offer a service costing lots of money - but paid for by advertisers. OSM is different. There are disadvantages - and advantages. The fact that it's a lot harder ...



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