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Ok, it was kind of obvious (as the stack trace said (it seems I was kind of blind at that moment)): It is a security issue: As soon as you add the url of the host of the respective layer to your config.yaml (in the "printing" directory in your Geoserver data directory (in the "hosts:" section)), the printing starts working again :)


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Two answers possible: Or you follow this steps by steps guide straight from the Mapbox Blog: here Or you dig on how to use the Print Composer in Qgis.


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5827 #13 has identified the cause of a problem with identical symptoms. The openlayers plugin is taking the page size rather than the map size as a reference.


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Since you're basically just wanting to print an image at a certain size, this has nothing to do with map scale or GIS and could be done with any image editing software, or with any software that allows printing at a percentage size if you do the math. You could use GIS or CAD or any number of things to accurately scale the image (georeferencing is totally ...


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In QGIS <= 2.4 this isn't possible, but the good news is that it's implemented in the current development version and will be available in QGIS 2.6. You can now style lines in the composer using all the styling options available for line layers in the map canvas, including dotted and dashed lines.



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