Where is the default QGIS Point layer style .qml file installed in a Windows 32 bit installation? I have done a search on *.qml and can only find four python plugins styles.


I think what you are looking for is a symbology file. The default would be


QMLs are layer style files. Reusable symbol libraries are stored in XMLs which can be imported and exported using Style Manager.

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  • Thank you. My problem is that I seem to have "lost" the default point style. When I make a new point layer and then add points to it there is no symbol displayed though I can display an attribute label! at the position of the point. Im trying to "get back" the default point symbol. I have worked round it by opening a point layer that does have a symbol and saving that as my own default style. – nigellaw Jan 27 '13 at 21:15

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