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Is it possible to translate and rotate a layer in QField? I have a layer which contains points I want to stake in reference to two monuments, but I won't know the coordinates of the monuments until I'm in the field. I created a layer with the points based on a guess of the two monument locations.

Once I'm in the field I would like to translate, and possibly rotate the layer to match the digitized monument location. This is easy in QGIS, but I hoping not to bring only my cell phone and GNSS.

Appreciatively, Tim

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  • A temporary solution may be to use a duplicate layer and a geometry generator – BlackTesta Jul 19 at 17:50

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