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"QuickWKT" by Alessandro Pasotti is the simplest way to create a point layer knowing it's coordinates "New Memory Layer" plugin by Boris Jurgiel allow you to create a memory layer that you can edit adding point features probably there are others that I don't know ;) regards
You can use QGIS' Delimited Text Layer support to add the layer to the map, at which point you can right-click the layer and select 'Save As...' to convert to Shapefile or other supported formats.
I came across the same issue last week. Follow this work flow and you'll be able to see selected points, even if they share position with non-selected points: Load your point layer in QGIS and make sure it is in the first position of the ToC. Open the Python Console from Menu Plugins. Copy the next Python code in the Python console and press Enter (you ...
open .ui file with QT Designer or QT Creator and follow QT guides. Other QGIS oriented references are: PyQGIS Programmers's Guide - https://locatepress.com/ppg and some more Packt books in publishing
Well, I found the QConsolidate plugin in the Plugin Manager list after enabling searching for experimental plugins under "Settings". Plugin Manager got it from the repository and installed successfully.
Thanks Luigi . i was missing the import thing i did nor realized it as the way the error was it sounded it says the variable has to be defined rather than the class is not recognized or missing. These people should work on error messages . from PyQt4.QtGui import QMessageBox
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