this is because your street name and address number are label.
Label are always rendered last (so on top of all layer) you can't have symbology covering a label.
But if you want to choose the label rendering order you may set 'Label z-index' for each layer.
If your track points compose the outline of the polygon, it means that they share a spatial relationship. Thus, you could use the Join Attributes by Location tool. Here you specify the type of spatial relationship between the input layer and the join layer. In QGIS3 the tool is located in Vector > Data Management Tools and its interface look like this:
You are looking at the WGS84/Pseudo-Mercator (EPSG: 3857) projection, which is used in several mapping applications and resembles the WGS84 Coordinate System. The main difference here is that the unit of the coordinates in the former is metre and degree in the latter. That is the reason you have different coordinates.
It would be useful if you could shed ...
I had the same problem on a "beefy" computer. It turns out that it's probably too beefy. It's likely an issue with the beefy graphics card. When you run ArcMap right click and run the program with your integrated graphics card.
My posted issue on ESRI's Community page:
What is shown on your first picture is not topography (or topology), it's cropland cover (including shrubland, forest etc.). When you only display cotton, the rest will be blank. You need a second layer with topography information, or what ever you want to "fill" your map with and put this layer behind your layer. In the transparency settings of your layer ...
The easiest for me would be to check the properties of the symbology layer which contains symbol properties affecting the whole layer:
>>>['DynamicRotation', 'Fill', 'Hybrid', 'Line', 'Marker', 'RenderHint', 'RenderHints', 'ScaleArea', 'ScaleDiameter', 'ScaleMethod', 'SymbolType', '__class__', '__delattr__', '__dict__', '__dir__', '...
So you're doing something like:
var LayerLocations = new L.LayerGroup([
$.getJSON( /* stuff */ )
You're trying to create a L.LayerGroup out of the return value of a $.getJSON call. According to the docs, that's an instance of jQuery's jqXHR, and (should be obvious) not an instance of L.Layer.
There are several approaches to this problem. I always ...
You could use something like the following in the Python Console which:
Enables the feature count setting for vector-type layers
Enables the transparency slider for any layer
These are applied whenever a layer is added:
root = QgsProject.instance().layerTreeRoot()
layer = layers
# Enable feature ...