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I have a Layer and I have lines as if they were the sidewalks, so for every street I have two lines. The problem is that some of the lines are not joined, how could I join them?

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  • Please research first before posting questions. gis.stackexchange.com/questions/46853/… – JoeBe Mar 3 '20 at 7:39
  • I did that before, But didn't work. I put Default snap mode to Vertex. Snapping tolerance 15,00000 pixels and search radius for vertex edits also 15,00000 pixels – ZacariasSatrustegui2 Mar 3 '20 at 7:57
  • See here for more info Another remark: do you really want each segment to be an own feature? Perhaps you should consider joining them. – JoeBe Mar 3 '20 at 8:23
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Open "QGIS with Grass", open the "Toolbox" under the "Processing" menu. Under "Processing Toolbox" searc type "Clean". There is a tool from Grass that should help you.

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More details about the tool are available here.

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  • I tried that, but the result is a error. I am going to explain: I have a line, with this line, I create 2 offset, after that in the above image I show you these 2 offset, but for example when I try what you told, I put one offset and then in tool I put just "snap". but it doesn't wrong. – ZacariasSatrustegui2 Mar 4 '20 at 8:09
  • Use the snap tool. – MyGIS Mar 4 '20 at 8:16
  • Yes, I did that. I put my "offset" in layer to dean, afterthat in "Input feature type" I selected all options (lines, points,...) if I change that and I put just one, also it doesn't work. And afterthat I put in "cleaning tool" -> "snap", and finally in "v.in.ogr snap torelance" I put 3,00000. I click in "run" but the program show me an error: ERROR 1: Wrong field type for fid. ERROR: Unable to create colun <fid> – ZacariasSatrustegui2 Mar 4 '20 at 9:50

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