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I tested this on 10.3 and got the same result you did. The lines show up in layout view, but not once you export to pdf. It's possible that one of the settings in the export pdf options (and the slightly different arcpy.mapping options) causes this to happen, particularly something to do with compression. I didn't feel like testing them all because I use a ...


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Done map_renderer = QgsMapRenderer() map_renderer.setLayerSet(printable_layers_ids) composition = QgsComposition(map_renderer) composition.loadFromTemplate(template_document) map_renderer.setOutputSize(QSize(composition.paperWidth(), composition.paperHeight()), composition.printResolution()) ...


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Yes, you can make Geospatial PDF from QGIS raster maps to Avenza PDF map. If you have vector layers you can save the QGIS map to an Image (Projects > Save as Image...). Use this image as input in a Geospatial PDF convertion from menu Raster > Convertion > Translate (Convert Format)... Upload PDF to Avenza PDF Maps. I use Android, don't know the dark ...


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You should be able to export from QGIS as a geotiff and that can then be brought into PDF Maps.


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To do this I would use ArcPy with Data Driven Pages. There is some sample code in the help document entitled Creating a map book with facing pages which has all the necessary coding patterns but is a bit more complicated than what you want to do. To create your PDF you just need to use arcpy.mapping to loop through your data driven pages one at a time, and ...


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Considering the fact that you are exporting some raster data as well; the best technique, IMHO, is to NOT use the ArcGIS PDF exporter at all but rather export to a high resolution TIFF instead and then convert the tiff using Adobe Acrobat Pro renderer to PDF. (Important note: this only works well with TIFF) You can tweak the rendering options in Adobe if ...



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