In Origam Client go to Settings / Maps / Map Layers.
Here in Map Layer panel configure / create a layer, currently only OSM and WMS layer Types are handled.
In Parameters panel common settings are:
attribution- Some map content providers require you to include copyright / link when using their maps. This field shall contain a piece of HTML code which gets rendered in the bottom right corner of the map and serves these purposes.
url- Where the data gets loaded from - e.g. for Open Street Maps this is going to be
minZoom- Minimal zoom level to display the layer (layer gets hidden when zoom is under this level)
maxZoom- Maximal zoom level to display the layer (layer gets hidden when zoom is over this level)
For WMS layers only:
crs- this is a projection kind used for the layer, only
EPSG4326value is currently enabled.
layers- WMS sources support more layers to be returned at once so one map layer in ORIGAM actually renders more layers from WMS source. This is provider specific setting.
transparent- Some layers can be partially transparent to merge with other layers underneath. Use
falseto enable / disable transparency. Not all sources provide this feature. This is provider specific setting.
In Origam Client go to Settings / Maps / Map Configuration.
Here the settings are as usual for old Flash based client. The only care needs to be taken about the Initial Zoom field, which has been stored as large values (magnitudes of thousands) and now is usually somewhere between 5 to 15. Zoom level (
zl) figures in formula
256*2^zl which determines total pixel size of the world being projected - how many pixels will the resulting map have in total (in OSM, 256 is the default tile size) .