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I can achieve this for the levels 9 and 15 using the "maxNativeZoom" and "minNativeZoom" options, but how to do this with the other zoom levels? Yuo can do that with max/minNativeZoom as well! E. g. at the zoom level 9, 11 and 12 I want to have the tiles from the level 10 displayed, but scaled by factor 0.5, 2 and 4 respectively [...] So in that case, ...


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One possible solution would be to use Leaflet.LimitZoom plugin. It makes possible to specify native zoom levels and allowed zoom levels. Missing zooms are interpolated from existing native zooms. Allowed zoom levels are declared with zooms option when creating map. Native zoom levels are declared with nativeZooms option when creating layer. In your case it ...


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This specific WMTS source has a small problem: not all reported scales have available tiles. If you look at the capabilities document, the TileMatrix has 22 scales available (up to level 21) for the layer Photographies aériennes. QGIS will try to fetch tiles up to the level 21. That is what you have in the capabilities document. If you install the QGIS ...


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Flaws in your code are: You get a handle on a layer called "PARCELS" but then do nothing with it. You create a variable wrk and do nothing with it. Your Copy Features is being run on the FEATURECLASS not the FEATURELAYER which has the selection.


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I would guess that almost all mature JS mapping libraries have this capability. In the case of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript I would take a look at the MapView class and the goTo() method. If you check their examples you will see that its pretty straightforward and does exactly what you are asking for. var pt = new Point({ latitude: 49, longitude: -126 ...


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