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As for the arrows, you would probably need to create a shapefile layer in which you draw a line for the arrows you want.

You can either do this: LinkLink

or you can just style the line as you wish and combine it with a 'symbol' line over it. You can set '>' as arrow ends, and select to only display one symbol at the end of the line.

Example: Circulation plan with simple arrows

First option is more for a a series of arrows, individual ones you could style using the second option.

As for the arrows, you would probably need to create a shapefile layer in which you draw a line for the arrows you want.

You can either do this: Link

or you can just style the line as you wish and combine it with a 'symbol' line over it. You can set '>' as arrow ends, and select to only display one symbol at the end of the line.

Example: Circulation plan with simple arrows

First option is more for a a series of arrows, individual ones you could style using the second option.

As for the arrows, you would probably need to create a shapefile layer in which you draw a line for the arrows you want.

You can either do this: Link

or you can just style the line as you wish and combine it with a 'symbol' line over it. You can set '>' as arrow ends, and select to only display one symbol at the end of the line.

Example: Circulation plan with simple arrows

First option is more for a a series of arrows, individual ones you could style using the second option.

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As for the arrows, you would probably need to create a shapefile layer in which you draw a line for the arrows you want.

You can either do this: Link

or you can just style the line as you wish and combine it with a 'symbol' line over it. You can set '>' as arrow ends, and select to only display one symbol at the end of the line.

Example: Circulation plan with simple arrows

First option is more for a a series of arrows, individual ones you could style using the second option.