[Marble-devel] Using Open Street Map with proxies
tackat at t-online.de
Sun May 13 17:31:59 UTC 2012
There's another possible cause that you might want to investigate:
Do you see an overview map in Marble? Is the ScaleBar there? Does the map show
a compass in the top right corner?
If the answer to all three questions is "No" then Marble doesn't find its
plugins. You probably installed them into a place where Marble can't find
them. Network-Access is also implemented as a plugin, so if the other
(compass, scalebar, etc.) plugins didn't install into the correct place then
you also lack Network/Internet access. This has no relationship to the Proxy-
Problem but if the proxy-settings seem to be ok then this might be the next
thing to investigate.
On Sonntag, 13. Mai 2012 17:34:00 Konrad Enzensberger wrote:
> i use OSM/windows behind a proxy - without any problems.
> As told by thorsten you have to set the correct proxy settings,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Torsten Rahn" <tackat at t-online.de>
> To: <marble-devel at kde.org>
> Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2012 12:49 PM
> Subject: Re: [Marble-devel] Using Open Street Map with proxies
> > Hi Amit,
> > I'm not aware of bugs that would be specific to OSM proxy handling.
> > But people usually realize first that OpenStreetMap doesn't work when
> > they don't have proper proxy settings enabled inside Marble.
> > Other symptoms are:
> > - Cloud cover doesn't update in the satellites view
> > - Online Services don't work
> > - Wikipedia integration doesn't work.
> > - Online Routing doesn't work
> > - Online Search doesn't work
> > - File-> Download Maps doesn't work
> > Which Proxy Settings do you use inside Marble? There's a Proxy tab inside
> > Settings -> "Configure Marble -> Cache & Proxy
> > BR,
> > Torsten
> > On Sonntag, 13. Mai 2012 12:35:56 Amit Chaudhuri wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I recently saw something (possibly on Techbase) that said that there was
> >> a
> >> bug which prevents OSM from being used behind proxies. I can't find a
> >> report for it on bugs.kde.org though and various searchs have me
> >> questioning my recollection.
> >> However, if I move a working application from Linux at home to windows
> >> at work (where they run http proxies) my OSM globe has a post
> >> apocalyptic "water everywhere" look to it. No land is rendered at any
> >> resolution.
> >> Anyone able to point me to anything that would either:
> >> - help getting OSM to work with marble on windows behind http proxy,
> >> - confirm (and maybe detail) any bugs which might act as a blocker?
> >> Regards,
> >> Amit
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