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My virtual layer disappears when I paste a style from another layer. I've done this process before and it worked fine, so I'm not sure what the problem is now. Here are my steps:

  1. create virtual layer with one field
  2. copy style from layer

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  1. paste it to the virtual layer. You can see the symbology style is there. But, the map is blank?

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I haven't changed anything else on the virtual layer after creating it. The only thing different this time was that a message popped up stating the virtual layer already exists (because I copied the style a few times while troubleshooting), then asks if I want to overwrite it. I click yes. I'm not sure why I can't see the virtual layer (and yes, I 'zoomed to layer' and checked the CRS).

EDIT: Here is that warning message. Not sure if it has anything to do with what I'm experiencing.

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The answer just presented itself to me. As I stated before, when I created the virtual layer I queried the layer so that I only see one field in the virtual layer: Select geometry, "Landcover" from "Landcover Early 1800s" This "Landcover" field was originally created in the field calculator based off another field called "MAP".

I noticed that in the Layer Styling of this virtual layer that I'm having problems with the value is set to MAP. Funny, that field isn't in my virtual layer? So, i clicked the Value drop-down and chose "Landcover".

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