I found this imagery and I want to use it in JOSM, but I can't figure out how to do this. I've add tms:http://geoproxy.s-hertogenbosch.nl/PWArcGIS1/rest/services/externvrij/luchtopname/MapServer/tile/{zoom}/{x}/{y} to the TMS-settings, but all I got was grey tiles that say "data not yet available".

Here is a page with information that might be usefull for solving this problem.

I guess the problem has something to do with offset and/or different zoom-levels.

asked 18 Feb '14, 14:23

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This is what you have to do:

  1. Make absolutely sure that this imagery is a legal source for OSM. If there is any doubt, do not continue.
  2. Start JOSM, go to "Edit->Preferences" and select the WMS/TMS pane.
  3. Click the "+WMS" button on the lower right.
  4. Enter this URL (found behind the WMS link on your imagery page) into the box at the top: http://geoproxy.s-hertogenbosch.nl/pwarcgis1/services/externvrij/luchtopname/MapServer/WMSServer?request=GetCapabilities&service=WMS
  5. Click "Get Layers", select one that's appropriate, and close the dialog with "OK".

Your new layer should now be available as a background layer from the "Imagery" menu.

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answered 18 Feb '14, 16:07

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