install a recent version (ArcBruTile 3.3)
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As an example, on the software release page there is a message like: ‘This version will work with licenses purchased after 28-Jul-2019’ The already purchased version will continue to work of course. Customer has the choice to keep using the old version, or pay a new license for an updated version.
yes ok, I was asking this as a software seller. Ideally I would like to have a checkbox as ‘expire download link after 2 years’ or ‘limit free updates to 2 years’. Now buyers can buy the software 1 time and get free updates forever. Starting another project after a release is the other option now, but thats hassle.
Hi, is there something like an expiring license after purchase? So a softwater buyer can get free updates for 1 or 2 years, after that the buyer has to purchase again to get updated release.
Hi Giuseppe, ok then its not a TMS but a Google style XYZ tileset. In ArcBruTile the tiles are retrieved using HTTP protocol, so a webserver is required. Caddyserver works also on windows yes.
Hi Giuseppe, yes this is possible if you put the tileset on a (local) webserver (for example https://caddyserver.com/) and use the ‘Load map from xyz url’ button. One caveat: this tool only supports XYZ tileset directly and not TMS anymore, so the y-axis might be switched. See https://gist.github.com/tmcw/4954720 for more info about this.
Hi, NAVER/Vworld are not supported right now (due to projection issues), maybe something is possible using the 'Add XYZ' option.
In general all the maps are fetched from original source (using HTTP url), so any map updates will show up automagically.
Hi, at the moment it's mostly on the wish list to get those Korean maps working. Last time I worked on it there were technical issues with the non-standard projection if I remember well. If there's more interest in it I can dive in again.
ok good it works now. In version 3 ArcBruTile is rewritten to the add-in plugin model, using more standard functionality and less custom made. Kinda forced by limited possibilities in recent ArcMap releases. It has some pro's and cons. Unfortunately had to leave the nice reprojection code behind. :-(
That doesn't look good! I think the installation went wrong somewhere.
Some questions to diagnose:
- Did you try to reinstall it (maybe on other pc)?
- Whats the windows operating system you have? What's the version of ArcMap?
well there is lots of discussion going on (also with Strava) as more tools are impacted. Implementing the new authentication stuff is virtually impossible. Thinking about rolling back the old heatmap functionality if the situation doesn't change.