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I can't figure out why only Firefox shows 'More osm coming soon" while Chrome/Chromium works perfectly. I checked the tile server blocking under firefox Edit / Preferences / Content / LoadImagesAutomatically / Exceptions and it is empty (as mentioned in Firefox makes the GET requests for the tiles properly but doesn't load in the browser.

Could someone help? The server url is

asked 18 Feb '13, 11:44

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edited 18 Feb '13, 11:45


Directly displaying the tiles works also in Firefox (see for example ).

(18 Feb '13, 12:43) gormo

see , seems to be only specifiv versions of firefox

(18 Feb '13, 12:47) gormo

@gormo strange that gecko based browsers do not work. And most firefox versions do not work apparently. Opera and Chrome seem to work fine. Any help would be great.

(18 Feb '13, 13:23) bibstha

I'm not sure what, but there's something non-standard about the way OpenLayers is configured there (within the rails port website). Wrong projections or something.

In Safari your site looks ok, but even then, I notice the error tiles are appearing before the correct map appears.

For comparison, here is a standard OpenLayers invocation pointed at your tile server, which all looks OK.

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answered 18 Feb '13, 13:55

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