I need to define a regular grid of points in QGIS, which later I'll edit further based on its interaction with some data. Up until now, I was using the "Vector Grid" of the same Vector Research Tools, because by using "Regular Points" I had some complications. Then, I simply took the data of the polygons and computed their center later in Excel.
A few days ago, I managed to get the desired interaction with Regular Points, which I'd prefer to work with. The only problem is that, for some reason, QGIS won't let me select a distance low enough for my needs. I'm attaching a screenshot of the tool:
The CRS I'm using is WGS84 (EPSG: 4326, WGS 84). I would need a distance in degrees of 0,000010, which is what I was using before with the polygons, but the value in the screenshot is the lowest it will go. The points should be closer than 1.5 meters, but exact distance is not required (i.e. both 0.5 meters and 1 meter are fine).
Any ideas as to how to lower the value? I don't get why this tool has a lower limit, while the polygon one doesn't. Sorry if this is trivial, I searched for a similar question but found none.