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           <name>OSM</name>           <name>OSM</name>
           <mode>background</mode>           <mode>background</mode>
-          <url><![CDATA[http://tiles.openpistemap.org/nocontours/{z}/{x}/{y}.png]]></url>+          <url><![CDATA[http://tiles.openpistemap.org/nocontours/{z}/{x}/{y}.png?v={ts}]]></url>
           <zoomPart>{z}-8</zoomPart>           <zoomPart>{z}-8</zoomPart>
           <zoomMin>8</zoomMin>           <zoomMin>8</zoomMin>
           <zoomMax>24</zoomMax>           <zoomMax>24</zoomMax>
           <tileSize>256</tileSize>           <tileSize>256</tileSize>
 +          <tileScale dpi="0" multi="2.0" replace="19" />
           <extraHeader>Referer#http://locus.asamm.cz/</extraHeader>           <extraHeader>Referer#http://locus.asamm.cz/</extraHeader>
        </provider>        </provider>
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           <name>OSM</name>           <name>OSM</name>
           <mode>contours</mode>           <mode>contours</mode>
-          <url><![CDATA[http://tiles.openpistemap.org/contours-only/{z}/{x}/{y}.png]]></url>+          <url><![CDATA[http://tiles.openpistemap.org/contours-only/{z}/{x}/{y}.png?v={ts}]]></url>
           <zoomPart>{z}-8</zoomPart>           <zoomPart>{z}-8</zoomPart>
           <zoomMin>8</zoomMin>           <zoomMin>8</zoomMin>
           <zoomMax>24</zoomMax>           <zoomMax>24</zoomMax>
           <tileSize>256</tileSize>           <tileSize>256</tileSize>
 +          <tileScale dpi="0" multi="2.0" replace="19" />
           <extraHeader>Referer#http://locus.asamm.cz/</extraHeader>           <extraHeader>Referer#http://locus.asamm.cz/</extraHeader>
        </provider>        </provider>
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           <name>OSM</name>           <name>OSM</name>
           <mode>OpenPiste</mode>           <mode>OpenPiste</mode>
-          <url><![CDATA[http://tiles2.openpistemap.org/landshaded/{z}/{x}/{y}.png]]></url>+          <url><![CDATA[http://tiles2.openpistemap.org/landshaded/{z}/{x}/{y}.png?v={ts}]]></url>
           <zoomPart>{z}-8</zoomPart>           <zoomPart>{z}-8</zoomPart>
           <zoomMin>8</zoomMin>           <zoomMin>8</zoomMin>
           <zoomMax>24</zoomMax>           <zoomMax>24</zoomMax>
           <tileSize>256</tileSize>           <tileSize>256</tileSize>
 +          <tileScale dpi="0" multi="2.0" replace="19" />
           <countries>World</countries>           <countries>World</countries>
           <usage>hiking,ski</usage>           <usage>hiking,ski</usage>
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     * **{y}** - replaces  Y tile     * **{y}** - replaces  Y tile
     * **{z}** - replaces zoom level after **zoomPart** computation is applied     * **{z}** - replaces zoom level after **zoomPart** computation is applied
 +    * **{ts}** -  tileScale replaces value
     * **{s}** (optional) - replaces the server text     * **{s}** (optional) - replaces the server text
-  * **serverPart** - {s} item can be defined in the main url. In serverPart an array of items can then be defined  that will be randomly set as {s} item. So for example <serverPart>0;1;2</serverPart> and url started as <url><![CDATA[http://tiles{s}.open ..... {z}/{x}/{y}.png]]></url> will set every call to be randomly http://tiles0.open..., or http://tiles1.open..., or http://tiles2.open...+  * **serverPart** - {s} item can be defined in the main url. In serverPart an array of items can then be defined  that will be randomly set as {s} item. So for example <serverPart>0;1;2</serverPart> and url started as <url><![CDATA[http://tiles{s}.open ..... {z}/{x}/{y}.png]]></url> will set every call to be randomly http://tiles0.open..., or http://tiles1.open..., or http://tiles2.open...\\ **ServerPart** parameter can be also defined by //x, y// and parameters in a simple mathematic formula:\\ <code> <serverPart>({x}+{y})%4</serverPart></code>
   * **zoomPart** - {z}-8 - syntax for recomputing correct zoom value for the request. This value is usually Zoom - minimum zoom, but can be different   * **zoomPart** - {z}-8 - syntax for recomputing correct zoom value for the request. This value is usually Zoom - minimum zoom, but can be different
   * **zoomMin** - minimum zoom   * **zoomMin** - minimum zoom
   * **zoomMax** - maximum zoom   * **zoomMax** - maximum zoom
   * **tileSize** - size of tiles in pixels   * **tileSize** - size of tiles in pixels
 +  * **tileScale** - defines scaling factor (multi) to be 2x, DPI to which to apply (dpi, 0 = all devices) and value that will be replaced in url (//replace//, must not be empty)
   * **countries** - list of countries (separated by commas) relevant for the map. These values are used for separating maps in "Online map tab".   * **countries** - list of countries (separated by commas) relevant for the map. These values are used for separating maps in "Online map tab".
   * **usage** - list of possible usages of this map (separated by commas). Current options are: //aero, city, cycle, hiking, nautical, overlay, photo, road, ski, transport//. These values are used for separating maps in "Online map tab".   * **usage** - list of possible usages of this map (separated by commas). Current options are: //aero, city, cycle, hiking, nautical, overlay, photo, road, ski, transport//. These values are used for separating maps in "Online map tab".
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 Another sample of custom online map can be Strava Global Heatmap XML file that we prepared together with our users. It contains cycling and running layers and can be downloaded {{:manual:advanced:customization:strava2.providers.zip|here >>}}. Just unzip it in Locus/mapsOnline/custom directory and enjoy!  Another sample of custom online map can be Strava Global Heatmap XML file that we prepared together with our users. It contains cycling and running layers and can be downloaded {{:manual:advanced:customization:strava2.providers.zip|here >>}}. Just unzip it in Locus/mapsOnline/custom directory and enjoy! 
 </WRAP> </WRAP>
 +===== Own Open Map Tile Server ===== 
 +==== Disabling map downloading limit ==== 
 +If you operate your own map tile server you may need to **cancel tile downloading limit** that is set in Locus by default in order to maintain decent downloading traffic per application: 
 +  - **Enable mod_headers**: sudo a2enmod headers 
 +  - **Edit the Apache configuration file** (/etc/apache2/apache2.conf) and add at the end: Header set locus_disable_download_limit "true"
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