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You are describing a problem that has often plagued me, although not for a while. It has been discussed in a Knowledge Base Technical Article entitled: Problem: On some systems, running any Geoprocessing tool in ArcToolbox results in Microsoft Script Errors and the tool dialog box appears blank Two solutions/workarounds are offered there: ...


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There were some issues with QGIS 2.6 crashing with old projects and the print composer: http://hub.qgis.org/issues/10756 https://hub.qgis.org/issues/11685 You can try the latest dev build, which has some bugs fixed, or wait until a bugfix release 2.6.1 is released. Creating a new project from scratch should be save.


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If you have a Google Streets map background from the openlayers plugin, the project CRS should be set to EPSG:3857 and On-the-fly-reprojection enabled. With that setting, the Openstreemap plugin is able to convert the current map canvas extent to WGS84 latlong as needed for the Opverpass API. See this ticket for further development on the matter: ...


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The script is failing to find the Python regular expression library, which is strange because re is part of core python. You could open the Python console in ArcMap, and import re to see if the same error occurs. As @artwork21 suggests, you could browse to your python installation and see if re.py exists. You could start python from the command line and ...


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Python is case sensitive, GetMessage should be capitalized try: arcpy.CopyFeatures_management(Flow_Arrow, Flow_Arrow__2_, "", "0", "0", "0") print "Flow Arrow Updated" print "Flow Direct Feature Set Updated" except: print "Error" print arcpy.GetMessage(2)


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For large datasets, I suggest to use the equivalent GDAL functions. GDAL has a progress bar, and does not waste RAM for a nice looking GUI. It is always delivered with any QGIS version.


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Usually QGIS tends to look as if it's stopped processing or crashed ("Not responding" message) but is in actual fact still processing the data. You can check this via the Task Manager while running your intersect/clip function and see if qgis-bin.exe is using CPU usage. If it is then you may have to wait a while, particularly with chunky datasets. Depending ...


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Your code looked ok to me. I did simplify it a bit so I could run it to as an add-in Button and it worked fine in 10.2.2. You will be able to run this on two layers, The first layer in the Map will need to have a field called ID, and the Second layer needs a feature with OID 5 as written. What line is the code failing on? public class Button1 : ...


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When you read Python Package Index: Fiona Fiona requires Python 2.6, 2.7, 3.3, or 3.4 and GDAL/OGR 1.8+. To build from a source distribution you will need a C compiler and GDAL and Python development headers and libraries (libgdal1-dev for Debian/Ubuntu, gdal-dev for CentOS/Fedora). What does it mean ? That Fiona is not a pure Python module and needs ...


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1) Try setting the environment setting to Union. 2) Check both raster are in the same projection in ArcCatalog. 3) Check the "Zone" Raster is integer and has unique zones.


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In Rails, you should check the import log as follows: DataImport.find(id: 'f248f418-5d88-4c06-ab2c-4bbbfdea88ce').log Typical errors for CSV files are: - File has some weird encoding. Solution: open it with a text editor and save it as UTF-8. - In the street you're using commas that are being interpreted as new rows. If this is the case, be sure that ...


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You have to subscribe first at the original mailing list: http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-user http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/qgis-community-team/ or whatever list you want to subscribe (full list here) After confirming a response, you can receive and send to the mailing list as individual mails or daily extract as a newsgroup via gmane ...


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I also receive the same when opening .shp files directly and selecting qgis-bin as the program to use. But I always load QGIS via the Desktop icon. I'm not exactly sure why but my guess is that the Desktop icon simultaneously runs the following 2 files in order to load QGIS (this is the Target which you can see in the icon's properties): "C:\Program ...



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