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I noticed, on viewing the histogram for the TIF image, that there is a huge peak at 15 for all bands...which corresponds to the dark gray, apparently. I still can't make sense of why QGIS adds that gray, in the first place. Also...removing that color at 15, on all bands, using additional no data, or a custom setting with 15 for all bands, turns the ...
4096 colour input looks like it uses paletted colours. These can not be handled correctly by the georeferencer, because he has to interpolate between pixel values. That only works with full 16mill colours in all three RGB bands. So you have to use that 16mill colours version to georeference.
Based on the answer to Which character encoding is used by the DBF file in shapefiles? : To change the encoding of a DBF open it with OpenOffice Calc.. choose SaveAs... click the "Filter options" in the bottom left and press save. You can then define the encoding to convert the text contents into. As you may already know, feature attributes of ...
Before you start importing in the Shapefile-loader click on the "options"-button and there replace "UTF8" with the correct encoding.
Disable windows firewall. While not a great solution because of vulnerability, it works.
I found it: connect to PostgreSQL via pgsql nominatim then, inside use this command drop index idx_word_word_id; then quit via \q and restart the indexing as specified by the guide. Simple as that!
tl;dr import qgis import PyQt4 etc is the correct way Long version Yes the import order can matter and in the case of QGIS 2.0 and above it does matter. You should always import qgis.core or qgis.gui, even just import qgis is enough, before you import any PyQt stuff. That seems silly. Why? In QGIS 2.0 we switched to using version 2 bindings of SIP ...
There is a way.You can do it feature class by feature class(no hierarchy i.e feature dataset) as below
There is a plugin that will solve this for you called the OpenLayers plugin that allows you to add Google, Bing and MapQuest basemaps to your project. With regards to the CRS check out this answer: Why does Google satellite layer change the project CRS? (You can use on the fly reprojection to help with this as well) Also bear in mind that there are licence ...
You might want to use the Openlayers plugin, which includes imagery from Google Satellite.
To follow theJones and user5584, PyCharm 4 now stores the setting under "Project Interpreter" rather than "Python Interpreters." With all projects closed, and PyCharm still open, go to "Configure" and then "Settings". "Project Interpreter" is under the "Default Project" menu on the left. Click the settings gear in the upper-right, and then "Add Local." ...
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