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Am 22.04.2019 um 22:31 schrieb Moritz Fromm:
> Hi,
> I am running an cache proxy for the OSM Tiles server. It's used in
> another Project for an Leaflet map and it is considerably faster and
> more responsive than the default {a-c},
> absolutely no offense there it's free and just fine overall I guess. I
> would really like to use my cache proxy, and if the Server can handle it
> offer it to others, on This would both
> considerablyincrease a users experience while also reducing the load on
> the original tiles server. My plan is to do so using an browser
> extension. I have not found uncompressed javascript code for
> from which to extract the functions to call in order
> to change the tiles server, What I have found from decompressing the
> assets-<hash>.js is: 
>> L.OSM.TileLayer = L.TileLayer.extend({
>>         options: {
>>             url: "https://{s}{z}/{x}/{y}.png";,
>>             attribution: '\xa9 <a
>> href="";
>> target="_blank">OpenStreetMap</a> contributors'
>>         },
>>         initialize: function(t) {
>>             t = L.Util.setOptions(this, t),
>>, t.url)
>>         }
>>     })
> I believe this to be where the map is initialized, but executing the
> same pice of code with my domain is not working. I am wondering:
>  1. was is the least stupid way in order to change the tiles after the
>     Page has been loaded?
>  2. Is there any better way than writing a plugin for that job?
> Greetings,
> Moritz
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