In generale sui bachi, ad esempio in Processing in batch mode, se faccio
Differenza tra polilinee e poligono, mi genera record senza geometria (qgis
In pratica devo usare due versioni per lavorare, la 2.14.x e 2.18.x perchè
quello che non funziona con la 2.18 funziona con la 2.14.
For those of you who don’t yet know, FOSS4G 2017 will be held in Boston,
MA on August 14-19. Please visit the website for conference details :
http://2017.foss4g.org/ . As a member of the workshop committee - I
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Hi, I'm working in Debian 7 ("Wheezy") with software that depends on QGIS 2.10.
This software was created at a time when qgis.org was hosting 2.10 debs for
Wheezy. Now, we need to replicate these installations. Does anyone know of any
way I could get access to those QGIS 2.10 debs for Wheezy?
By the way, can anyone here send me a mantra for osgeo registration?
(No reply following https://www.osgeo.org/cgi-bin/ldap_create_user.py)
Nyall Dawson wrote on Tue, 24 Jan 2017
at 16:39:49 +1000 in
The way I like to think of Preset is like Virtual Canvas: users can have
multiple combination of layers visibility and styles. Multi-style also
works with Presets (i.e. you can have Style 1 with Layer A in Preset 1 and
Style 2 with Layer A in Preset 2). So, in essence, you can replicate
(I'm kind of regretting not having numbered my items instead of bulleting
them. There was some rationale, something about not wanting to seem imposing
and also that I wanted to maybe sort them before sending the email...didn't
quite work out that way...)
Thanks, by the way, everyone for being so
Nathan Woodrow wrote on Sat, 21 Jan 2017
at 20:20:20 +1000 in
> You are right that this is best sent to the dev list as that is where we
> all hang out, the user email is mainly for end users who may or
Il 25/01/2017 08:40, Saber Razmjooei ha scritto:
> The way I like to think of Preset is like Virtual Canvas: users can have
> multiple combination of layers visibility and styles. Multi-style also
> works with Presets (i.e. you can have Style 1 with Layer A in Preset 1
> and Style 2 with Layer A
On 25 January 2017 at 08:27, Grant Boxer wrote:
> Is it possible to have more than one map window open at the one time? In
> MapInfo it is useful having two map windows with different contents being
> able to be displayed in the one map composer (layout) window. This is
To be clear though you can have composer maps with different layers using
the Layer Presets feature.
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On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 9:30 AM, Nyall Dawson
> On 25 January 2017 at 08:27, Grant Boxer wrote:
> > Is it
Is it possible to have more than one map window open at the one time? In
MapInfo it is useful having two map windows with different contents being
able to be displayed in the one map composer (layout) window. This is really
handy when producing graphics for reports etc. Can QGIS do this?
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