I'm trying to look for a solution to a problem I am having with a polygon layer in QGIS.
I've produced a 'Boundary' layer in QGIS, such boundaries are leveled the lower levels are inside the higher levels (for lack of a better explanation, I've attached an image below).
Level 1 = Red; Level 2 = Orange; Level 3 = Green; Level 4 = Yellow
When I am drawing these polygons, I snap them to the vertices and unfortunately this prevents me from seeing the full picture / extent of the symbology, example image below.
From the image, all 4 levels share the same two vertices (the top two) but you cannot see all four symbols, only Level 1.
I have tried offsetting the symbology manually within symbology styling (i.e. +0.25, 0, -0.25, -0.5), but this means that the symbology will be offset even when the polygons are not sharing vertices, which i do not want.
This is a very poor and drawn example of what I'm looking for.
Hoping someone who has had this problem previously has a solution for this problem, any help would be much appreicated.