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I had enabled OpenStreet Mapnik, Landsat and Spot in WMS/TMS tab in JOSM Preferences. When I use Mapnik everything is alright. But with Landsat and Spot I just get a red screen with "Error" everywhere. Is there something that I need to do ?

asked 27 Jun '11, 19:30

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edited 28 Jun '11, 11:46

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SomeoneElse ♦

It's also well working with Bing ! Any idea for Spot or Landsat ?

(28 Jun '11, 08:25) Ramseslegrand

What program are you referring to?

(28 Jun '11, 08:55) Richard ♦

Sorry, it's JOSM, version 4064

(28 Jun '11, 09:25) Ramseslegrand

Not that there's an answer there yet, but this sounds similar to

(28 Jun '11, 11:47) SomeoneElse ♦

What URL is the Landsat WMS using? I think the server JOSM has as default is, but it seems NASA are no longer providing a WMS service for Landsat. If I copy that URL into my browser, it gives an error "This server no longer provides full WMS services!".

In the JOSM WMS/TMS preferences, I have an option named Landsat (mirror). It is using a different URL ( wms: ), and it seems to be working fine for me.

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answered 28 Jun '11, 12:00

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You right, it's working with the Landsat mirror. For SPOT I found this post: So we have to wait for a better SPOT tool!

(28 Jun '11, 12:47) Ramseslegrand

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