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I have multiple features I want to select over multiple layers and then export these selected features to a new layer.

The 'Multiple Layer Selection' plugin is not supported by the QGIS 3.6 so that is not an option.

I know I can create one massive layer file and use expressions to display and then select only the features I want but this is a cumbersome process compared to being able to use the default (rectangle) select tool across multiply layers.

Is there potentially a way to use the identify feature tool to create an attribute table that contains all the identified features across all layers? That would add an extra step to the selection process but is still better than using multiple expressions on a massive layer file.

  • Do you want to select by point or rectangle? – lcoandrade Jun 10 at 21:18
  • I'm working on Multiple Layer Selection to upgrade it to QGIS 3. It's already working, but I trying to solve a problem related to the upgrade. – lcoandrade Jun 11 at 1:52
  • I would like to select the features by rectangle (so the default select feature option) – joelraburton Jun 11 at 2:00
  • Ok, If you like, you can test my upgrade. See my answer. Tell me if you see any problems. – lcoandrade Jun 11 at 3:19
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I'm working on Multiple Layer Selection to upgrade it to QGIS 3. It's already working, but I trying to solve a problem related to the upgrade. Feel free to try it. You can download it here.

  • Brilliant...now do you happen to have it as an install-able zip? I am new to QGIS and my level of expertise around installing packages is using the plugin install feature built into QGIS. – joelraburton Jun 11 at 19:39

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