There's loads of web-based tile layers out there which are great in many ways, but one problem I'm having is making them look nice when exporting a map to print or as a jpeg.
The problem consistently seems to be that they display too much detail, which is fine for working with the maps on-screen, but for most publications I want to simplify the map and have everything nice and clear (particularly thinking of boundary and place-name layers). It seems to be that one way to achieve this would be to overrule the tile layer's Levels of Detail/Scale settings to get a lower Level of Detail despite the map being a large scale.
Is that possible (for a third-party, web-based tile layer)?
If not (or even if so) does anyone have an better ideas for achieving a similar effect?
I use both QGIS and ArcGIS Pro so a workaround in either would be OK.