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I would like to add several coordinates at specific British National Grid Easting and Northing values. I know this can be done by bringing in a .csv, but I want to know is there a way to manually enter the numbers in QGIS 3.4, and then the point moves to that location ? I've read that in QGIS 2.x there was a plugin called Numerical Vertex Editor that doesn't seem to exist for 3.x ?

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In QGIS 3.x, create a point, choose the node tool, right-click on a snapped point and select Vertex editor. A new panel appear and you can enter the true coordinates.

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The node tool has been mentioned. If you are in projected coordinate system, you can also use the "Advanced Digitizing panel" and lock the X and Y fields. Use the second button to lock continuously. Then your point will go to these coordinates.

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    The only restriction for this tool is to work with a projected coordinate system. It's no use with WGS 84 for example. In this case, the British National Grid is a projected SCR, it will work. – J. Monticolo Feb 14 at 7:55
  • Indeed, I added your note. – etrimaille Mar 11 at 11:36
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There is a neat plugin that does a fantastic one-dialog job, Lat Lon Tools. Would be great if it was Core.

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