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You might check out: Entering attributes immediately after creating a new feature You can turn on a setting so you will be prompted to enter attributes into the Attributes window after any editing operation that results in new features. You will need to close the window before you can do anything else with ArcMap. Turning on this setting is most useful in ...


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I faced the same problem and it seems that disabling some plugins solves this issue. In my case I disabled TraceEditing and Rectangle Ovals Digitizing, following the discussion here: http://hub.qgis.org/issues/9229


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This turned out to be a bug in the way the split line tool works with snapping rather than snapping itself. This is fixed in Pro 1.1 Final.


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There are some serious problems with your script.. Read up on Variable Scope, you are accessing values from your first loop in your second loop, at this stage the values are consistent with the last feature processed... so the flipping of the lines depends only on the last line not for each line. It is important to dismiss a cursor, in this case with ...


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In the editor tools you could use the direction, deflection and length functions when drawing a line. If its just the four lines this should get you out of trouble. This link has some background information about creating a segment using an angle and length. This link has some information about Arcgis and direction measuring systems. Hope this helps.


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I couldn't find much information on the obscure Rectangle, Ovals, Diamonds plugin but there is Rectangle Ovals Digitizing. It's in the repository. The operating system should make no difference whether you can find the plugin in the plugin manager or not.


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I recommend reviewing About editing ArcSDE geodatabases which leads into: A quick tour of the version editing process which: explains the process of editing a version; reconciling; resolving conflicts; and, finally, posting the changes into the target version. A quick tour of working with nonversioned data which explains: Editing ...


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This is the official ESRI documentation on Editing. These are the provided Editing tutorials.


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I'm not aware of a geopgrocessing tool in ArcMap that will split polygons by polylines. (The Union tool will split polygons by other polygons.) I would suggest a change in your workflow, which should help you achieve your end goal. Instead of drawing your "help lines" as polylines, why not draw them as polygons? It will save you the step of having to ...


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It turns out that one of the files had got corrupted. When I went into the layer folder, one of the file extensions was ending in [filename]_packed.dbf rather than just [filename].dbf I managed to resolve this simply by deleting '_packed' from the file name.


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The Tools Find Identical (Data Management) and Delete Identical (Data Management) should be able to assist. The tools find identical data based on the shape or attribute. The down side is that you need ArcGIS for Desktop Advanced to use the tools


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Please export these layers into another database and then restart arcgis desktop and catalog and the check it.


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Try using the dissolve tool, and dissolve on the id, landuse and soils fields


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Well if you can remove vertex (nodes) in the qgis desktop GUI you can do it programmaticly too. So if I understood correctly you create lines from 2 points. Are they created as a new layer? If so you can just create each layer for points and the line. And then you simply remove the points layer with root.removeLayer(someLayer). If your line layer is not in a ...



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