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How do I modify the default properties for the HTML annotation in QGIS 2.18?

For example, I don't want the red spot as a symbol or I want to change the frame width from 1.00 to 0.2.

  • Is there any way to select all the html annotation balloons and change the default properties at once? Without clicking each one of these? – Petros Mylonopoulos Aug 9 '18 at 8:59
  • I don't think that option exists. There's nothing about annotations in Project Properties or Settings>Options. As far as I can tell, each annotation style has to be changed individually. I suggest making a [feature request](issues.qgis.org). – csk Aug 9 '18 at 16:23
  • Thanks for your reply.I found yesterday a possible solution. If you open the Project file with Notepad+++ editor you can find first the HTML annotation code , search for frameBorderWidth="0.29999999999999999" and replace with frameBorderWidth="1" or whatever value want. You can do to the same for the colours , backgrounds , filepaths. – Petros Mylonopoulos Aug 10 '18 at 10:56
  • You should post that as an answer. – csk Aug 10 '18 at 19:12
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If you open the Project file with Notepad+++ editor you can find the HTML annotation code , search for frameBorderWidth="0.29999999999999999" or any other attribute and replace with frameBorderWidth="1" or whatever value want. You can do to the same for colors , backgrounds , filepaths,symbols.

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