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This plugin is a C++ core plugin and cannot be uninstalled. Only Python plugins can be uninstalled. If you find an issue with a core plugin which is reproducible, please report the bug.


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QgsMapLayerRegistry is a singleton. You can therefore access it without iface. QgsMapLayerRegistry.instance().mapLayers()


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I'd suggest to poligonize the grid and to then intersect the polygon grid with the other input polygon layer. That should be much less trouble.


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Not a plugin, but a nice solution using Spatialite and triggers. If you put both your polygons and points layers into a Spatialite DB, then you can add a trigger to the polygon table to update the "point_count" column on each update of the polygons. Here's the trigger statement (I called the polygon layer "areas" and the point count column "cnt_pts"): ...


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Solved it. The path was wrong, as it was looking for a file 'directory\file' when it needed to look for 'directory/file' If you're trying to use this plugin on a Mac, go to the plugin folder, and open zoomtopostcode.py in a plain text editor. Change line 168 from find_pkl = str("UK_Postcodes\\" + input_pcode[:2] + ".pkl") to find_pkl = ...



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