Basically what you need is a "metatile" option, which will help to prevent
labels truncature on tile edges, at the expense of generating much bigger
images from QGIS then cut them.
See these links for understanding the MetaTiling concept (if you need so of
You could open a new issue for MetaTiling in QTiles (and develop it or fund
it if you can )
2016-09-01 14:34 GMT+02:00 Robin Paulson <ro...@bumblepuppy.org>:
> On 2016-09-01 23:10, massimiliano crea wrote:
>> Hello, I'm a Qgis user for several years. Use the program to create
>> maps to be printed on paper. Now I created a map using OSM map data
>> and official of my region, working with raster and vector. I use Qgis
>> 2.14.3 and I'm using QTiles to realize tiles for a publication on the
>> web. My problem is that the labels do not fit between the various
>> tiles. Simulating the collage of adjacent tiles, the labels are all
>> fragmented. How can I fix?
>> Can you give me some guidance?
> firstly, could you create a new email thread if you want to discuss a new
> topic? merely changing the "subject" line after hitting "reply" breaks the
> threading for those of us that use it. maybe yahoo and certainly google
> mail will break it even more to make an attempt to describe it correctly,
> so you may not see this problem.
> secondly, there are a few bugs in qtiles, take a look at
> https://github.com/nextgis/QTiles/issues . this is because it is
> relatively new, experimental software. i also have the bug you described,
> probably others have too.
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