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If there are really only four colors, then you can simply go into the layer's Symbology tab and group all of the same colors together into one symbol. That will leave you with 4 symbols. Just select all the legend entries you'd like to group together, right-click them, and select "Group Values" from the context menu: Or, if the colors vary slightly you can ...


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a. Remove the Borders You can try switching off the polygon borders which will remove the brown completely - at that scale it looks like your areas are too small to see anyway. You can make the polygon borderless by either setting the border colour to 'no color', or reducing the border width to 0. b. Increase the Output Resolution Depending on the ...


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You need to move int hdc = exporter.StartExporting(); to AFTER you have set up the frame to be exported. int hdc = exporter.StartExporting(); actView.Output(hdc, (int)exporter.Resolution, ref rectangle, null, null); exporter.FinishExporting();


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If you want a less-populated map, you can take the STAMEN layers based on openstreetmap. Alternatively, you could take a snapshot of a lower zoom level with Save as Image, and add that as a raster layer. But you might get a very pixelated view. BTW I suggest to switch from the openlayers plugin to the QuickMap Services plugin. It works better with the ...


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This is a common problem with tile layers in the print composer. The print composer tries to grab a higher resolution for better printing quality, however this is from different tile zoom level, delivering a different set of labels as well. You can make a screenshot with Save as Image, and load that instead of the tile layer to your canvas. But you will get ...


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The default rendered for the Landsat services has DRA (Dynamic Range Adjustment) turned on. When exporting/printing multiple requests are made and each has a different stretch applied (hence the stripes). Go to the layer properties and use a stretch that uses the dataset statistics or define custom statistics. If using an image service go to Layer dialog, '...


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I found that for a successful dxf export you must not enable 'on the fly' reprojection in order to have a project crs different from the data. The project has to have the same crs as your data. cp this issue: QGIS 2.14.3 export PostGIS layer to dxf issue two tickets are on the way concerning the same issues: https://hub.qgis.org/issues/14940 https://hub....


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Go into Studio > click on a layer > Select Data. You can see on the screenshot below that you can set zoom min/max per layer.


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Use the highlighted tool for zooming your data inside your Layout.


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Patch (merge) the two vector maps together (I'm using roadsmajor and streams from the North Carolina sample dataset for GRASS GIS): v.patch input=roadsmajor,streams output=roads_and_streams Export using GDAL/OGR: v.out.ogr input=roads_and_streams format=DXF output=roads_and_streams1.dxf Alternatively, export using specialized module: v.out.dxf i=...


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Something is wrong with my settings. After some further research I found the answer is relatively simple. Nothing is in the current map extent. Why this?! What I've been trying to do was to export german/bavarian cadastral data ("ALKIS") to dxf that was previously imported into a PostGIS database using the norGIS ALKIS-Import tool. The raw data is ...



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