Me problem is that QGIS is not working well with files that are not located in the SVG folder. This folder is a sub folder in the QGIS downloads library and it is taking relatively long time to open this folder in order of saving new SVG files. Is there a way for an easy and fast way to locate this folder?
SVG marker comes with a
User Symbols group, dedicated for Users.
First, create an
svg folder in your
C:\Users\Username\.qgis2\svg]. And then save your SVG symbols here. They will appear under this
User Symbols tree.
If you add a sub-folder, the folder name becomes the sub-group name. I have a famous
MAKI markers in a folder (so it is
C:\Users\Username\.qgis2\svg\MAKI) as shown above.
SVG files stored in
.qgis2\svg will not be removed when you update QGIS.
It will open a window with the SVG icon and the file location in the top left corner. . Once you follow this list you will find the SVG folder in the QGIS library Now click on the right mouse bottom and crate a shortcut
The shortcut will appear on the desktop and any SVG file that you add will appear in QGIS.
Keep in mind that library will not be saved once you update QGIS. It is recommended saving a copy of the folder before the update.