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I have fixed the problem by adding the iconAnchor: [10, 40] property to the icon object: var svg = `<svg width="19px" height="29px" viewBox="0 0 19 29" version="1.1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"> <title>Combined Shape</title> ...


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I made an SVG yesterday in Inkscape. It definitely used the centre location of my symmetric icon - a boat. But I had the opposite problem. I needed the position to be at the front of the boat, not the centre. I solved it by doubling the height of the icon canvas and only using the bottom half for the boat. Maybe you can do something similar. Think of the ...


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Modify the data in PLot to contain a space instead of a Null. Then the problem may go away. Or use a ? to indicate to the viewer that the number of the lot is unknown. That may be important. Features without attributes are usually not as good as features with attributes.


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So ... you are using a rule-based symbology. I think you could try the following (even if we don't see the rules you use) : Instead of "PLot" only try to label your sites with coalesce("PLot",'') that should enable you to handle NULL cases. A second possibility could be to elaborate the rules of your symbology a bit more in order to ...


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