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It works for me if I add a new XYZ Tiles service in the Browser panel. The URL is https://nls.tileserver.com/nls/{z}/{x}/{y}.jpg The tile layer uses EPSG:3857 but if your project CRS is 27700 then QGIS will reproject it on the fly. But be careful of trying to draw the whole world with a project CRS like 27700 because its not valid over the whole globe and ...


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Unfortunately, TileLayerPlugin is compatible with QGIS versions 2.8 - 2.99 So, the other option to add custom tiles stored locally on disk - fill in URL (I use Linux, for Windows I suppose you have to change backslashes): file:///path/to/your/custom/tiles/{z}/{x}/{y}.png


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The parameter for the forEachTileCoord callback is a tileCoord grid.forEachTileCoord(extent, zoom, function (tileCoord) { console.log(tileUrlFunction(tileCoord, 1, ol.proj.get('EPSG:3857'))); }); For the tileloadend event you need to get the function using this.getTileUrlFunction() - this inside the callback will be tileSource - then call it so you ...


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Gaps in a tile layer can be caused by an issue from the data source. If the problem is on the data provider's end, there's nothing you can do to fix it in QGIS. To check if the problem is with the data or only in QGIS, try to see the data through another viewer or program. In this case, since the layer is hosted by arcgis.com, it can be previewed there. Here'...


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Leaflet has no built in functionality to specify alternative tile layer url to be used in case of tile loading error from primary url. A look at L.GridLayer and L.TileLayer objects internals shows that individual tiles are loaded asynchronously by specifying HTML element source for each tile. To specify general alternative url to be used in the case of ...


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You can probably do this in a GIS software. Here's a rough outline of how I would go about doing this in QGIS. Some of the steps are a bit fuzzy on details, but I think this will be enough to get you started. Import the points as a delimited text layer. Here's a tutorial. Apply a symbology to the point layer that looks like the symbol you want to burn into ...


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Dezoomify You can use dezoomify to download the full image. Instructions Take the original tile URL. In your case: http://fotogrammi.regione.abruzzo.it/ecwp/ImageX.dll?image?cache=true&transparent=true&type=jpg&l=0&tx=9&ty=9&ts=256&fill=FFFFFF&quality=60&layers=/VIGM54/1/48/1686.ecw&srs=EPSG:RAW Replace the values ...


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A late contribution, but perhaps it helps... As an alternative to changing the code in gdal2tiles.py or adding the special flag to leaflet, the file names of the tiles can be changed. This was an easy fix for creating tiles to use with ArcGIS online. Here is a rough bash script that will toggle the z/x/y convention back and forth between OSM/Google-Maps (...


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I would like to suggest you to try mapnik node tile_server from this repo: https://github.com/pocketIlmatto/mapnik_node_tile_server


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