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I know it has been answered, but just to give another option: You can just leave the field with no filter or value (I know it works for CATEGORIZED or RULE BASED): http://docs.qgis.org/2.0/uk/docs/training_manual/vector_classification/classification.html I'm using QGIS 2.10 and it works.
The upcoming QGIS 2.12 release allows control over transparency for the circle. So you could try with one of the nightly/beta versions to get this right now, or wait until the final 2.12 release.
Try the ANCHORPOINT property of SYMBOL object (You will need mapserver >=6.2) I use this to align symbols that have their tip at middle bottom. SYMBOL NAME "symbol_name" TYPE PIXMAP IMAGE "icons/photo-marker.png" ANCHORPOINT 0.5 1 END see: http://mapserver.org/mapfile/symbol.html
In "Kreisfarbe" option try out with the equivalent English option to "No Pen" for "Border Style". You can also select in Simple Fill -> Border the #ffffff html notation (white color background).
Assuming that all your shapefiles have the same schema, all you need to do is to: Add one of the shapefiles to ArcMap and set the layer properties that you want - this can be more than Symbology properties is you wish. Save the layer as a Layer File by right-clicking on it. Every time you want to use a new or updated shapefile just add it to a map and then ...
i will mark this as answered simply because the json to features tool only says it can be used to set attribute and geometry data and does not mention the ability to set any other attributes of a feature or graphic.
Assuming that you want to open your final KML file in QGIS (?), you would have two solutions : Styling your layer with data-defined values ; Exporting two different layers and then applying them different styles.
I am looking for a code snippet which does the question above described, as I need to rotate each symbol the value provided azimuth field at the attribute table. At the QGIS python Cookbook there is a reference, which mentions the way to print the angle(). for i in xrange(symbol.symbolLayerCount()): lyr = symbol.symbolLayer(i) print "%d: %s" % (i, ...
In qgis api 2.8.2, i found a simple way to do that but it correspond to my application perhaps this inspire you to find another way in fact for each point or track i create a vectorlayer and i change the value of the vectorlayer angle QStringList MyTargetPropertyName; MyTargetPropertyName << "fill" << "name" << "outline" << ...
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