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    Default Answered: [Solved] Leaflet offline map graphical glitch with offline tiles

    Answered: [Solved] Leaflet offline map graphical glitch with offline tiles


    Hi,

    After much fiddling and months of reading, I've come to the conclusion that Leaflet maps with Mapbox map layers is a great solution for an offline map (Mapbox has some of the best looking maps I have seen). It's not so bad to implement once you find a way of grabbing all the tiles from somewhere (or extracting the files from the .mbtiles archive, like I did).

    Anyway, I was wondering if anyone had any idea why, in my Leaflet tab of my Sencha Touch app, where I have a remote URL like this:

    Code:
     var cloudmade = new L.TileLayer('http://{s}.tiles.mapbox.com/v3/mapbox.blue-marble-topo-bathy-jul/{z}/{x}/{y}.png', {
                maxZoom: 8
            });
    The map displays perfectly:


    ...but when I reference it locally I get this:



    It seems like the tiles are there, but they are messed up. Any ideas why this might be happenening?

    :-)

  2. Solved! Those nice guys over at Mapbox support replied with this:

    'mbutil exports tiles in TMS scheme, not XYZ. You can specify scheme: 'tms' in Leaflet to fix the error you're seeing'

    This is great, I can finally use Leaflet correctly with beautiful maps offline!

    ;-)