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I'm new to QGIS ...

I've georeferenced a raster image using the georeferencing tool. That went well. However, when the new TIFF layer opened, it still had the yellow co-ord bubbles. How do I remove these as I can create a map and they are not a good look?

  • Do you have a *.points file in the same folder and with the same name as the raster file? If yes, if you move it to a backup folder or rename it, and load the layer again, the issue is solved? – Gabriel De Luca Feb 16 at 5:32
  • Oops ... I've solved the problem. – user137134 Feb 16 at 5:44
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They are the Ground Control Points that can be saved by the Georeferencer Plugin, for later use if you want to adjust them, in a *.points file in the same folder and with the same name as the raster file.

You can export the raster layer to a new file, or copy the raster and move the points to a backup folder to avoid that issue.

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