Look at the Processing Toolbox ( menu Processing / Toolbox ). Once QuickOsm
is installed, there is a new tree item "QuickOSM" with many algs available.
2016-09-01 13:29 GMT+02:00 Robin Paulson <ro...@bumblepuppy.org>:
> On 2016-09-01 22:00, Paolo Cavallini wrote:
>> If your data is not that big, you could use QuickOsm processing scripts
>>> to automate this a bit ( and use a macro at project opening to launch
>>> the processing model you have build combining QuickOsm algs and others
>>> more generic algs to do the job.)
>>> If QuickOsm lacks some features, you should improve this plugin instead
>>> of creating a new one, IMHO.
>> Agreed, the "live update" could be a very nice addition to QuickOSM
>> plugin IMHO.
>> All the best.
> i agree with both of you in principle. it depends upon the state of the
> plugin i guess and the response of the maintainers to pull requests.
> can you go into detail or point me to info about "QuickOsm processing
> scripts"? i know of quickosm, but not the script side of it. i looked at
> that plugin before writing the first email; i must have missed some key
> cheers for the pointers,
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