0

Using QGIS on Windows XP based desktop. I have been loading orthophotos from a WMS server up to yesterday morning. Today QGIS correctly connects to the server and apparently loads some bytes, however I only get overlapping yellow frames and the codes of the orthophotos on a white screen.

No error messages appear.

What I have done up to now: I rebooted the pc, I checked the WMS URL (even if QGIS connects to the server), I have installed the latest version of QGIS (now 2.0.1). Any clue? I can correctly view images and videos on my PC.

  • I have some problems using JPEG in WMS in QGIS, but PNG works fine. Could this be the issue? – Chau Nov 8 '13 at 12:04
1

I found that by removing the wms layer of the ortophotos from the drop-down menu and then adding it again (same URL but renamed differently), then the ortophotos are loaded and visible on screen. Apparently this doesn't solve the problem permanently because I have to do this everytime I restart a new session (but at least it let me work).

  • Very hard to analyze this further without being able to test that WMS. Is is open for all? – user30184 May 20 '14 at 12:40

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.