On 2016-08-29 09:14, Neumann, Andreas wrote:
> Hi Grant,
> I assume that all of your symbols are within the same font - correct?
> If yes, if you open the font in your operating system font viewer you will
> see each symbol and what character it is representing. You can then use this
> character either in classified rendereres, rule-based renderers or in a QGIS
> expression, e.g. with a CASE statement. You enter the chosen character in
> "Layer properties" --> "Labels" --> "Label with".
or in your case probably you want to use it directly as a marker: "Layer
properties" --> Style --> Marker --> Font Marker --> Chose a character
interactively or use a data-defined expression.
> Please consult the styling chapter of the QGIS manual for more details:
> - it helps you get going.
> And: please do not forget to cc the Qgisfirstname.lastname@example.org mailing list if
> you correspond with people. Otherwise only you see the responses and the rest
> of the world can't read/contribute to the issue.
> On 2016-08-29 08:50, Grant Boxer wrote:
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