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Lene Fischer
Hi,
I´m using 3.2 and trying out the label function. Wonderful new possibilities!
I would like to save the z, y and rotation for the labels, but I can only get the information for labels I have edited in the "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positionx".
Are there any other way to capture the positions ?
Regards


Lene Fischer
Associate Professor

University of Copenhagen
Department of Geoscience and Natural Resource Management
Forest and Landscape College
Nødebovej 77a
3480 Fredensborg
Denmark


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Re: Save label position in 3.2

Richard McDonnell
Hi,
It seems, as QGIS 3 is not LTR yet, its not fully supported by QGISCloud.
The only solution seems to be, to open the project in QGIS 2.18, add the x,y and rotation attribution and relocate/rotate your labels again.
Sorry I cant be of more help.
Regards,

Richard.


On 06/07/2018 09:53, Lene Fischer wrote:

Yes this is correct – but only if you move the labels – What I want is the position for the labels without editing.

I need this for web presentation. When I export to QGISCLOUD the labels is not presented – so I have to make a workaround…

 

Regards

Lene Fischer

 

 

Fra: Richard McDonnell [[hidden email]]
Sendt: 6. juli 2018 10:23
Til: Lene Fischer
Emne: Re: [Qgis-user] Save label position in 3.2

 

Hi Lene,
In QGIS 2.1X If you create X,Y and rotation attributes, when you use the move or rotate labels tools, the attribution is automatically updated. I would assume its the same!, though open to correction!
Hope this helps.

Regards

On 06/07/2018 09:12, Lene Fischer wrote:

Hi,
I´m using 3.2 and trying out the label function. Wonderful new possibilities!
I would like to save the z, y and rotation for the labels, but I can only get the information for labels I have edited in the "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positionx".
Are there any other way to capture the positions ?
Regards
 
 
Lene Fischer
Associate Professor
 
University of Copenhagen
Department of Geoscience and Natural Resource Management
Forest and Landscape College
Nødebovej 77a
3480 Fredensborg
Denmark
 
 
MOB +45 40115084
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Re: Save label position in 3.2

Richard McDonnell
Lene,

Hold the Press!!!!, I take back my last email!! Hope its not too late!!!

I have a solution for you!

https://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/288170/qgis-3-2-0-how-to-share-auxiliary-data-between-projects

Use QGIS 3 to create the additional fields with the field calculator, see examples below

for example:
Field Name            Field Type                                                         Expression
lab_x                 Decimal (Real)   (20,4)                 "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positionx"

lab_y                 Decimal (Real)   (20,4)                 "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positiony"

lab_rot              Decimal (Real)   (20,4)                 "auxiliary_storage_labeling_labelrotation"
Then set up the Auxiliary fealds to use your new attributes, this should then work for QGISCloud!!

Regards,

Richard.

On 06/07/2018 10:30, Richard McDonnell wrote:
Hi,
It seems, as QGIS 3 is not LTR yet, its not fully supported by QGISCloud.
The only solution seems to be, to open the project in QGIS 2.18, add the x,y and rotation attribution and relocate/rotate your labels again.
Sorry I cant be of more help.
Regards,

Richard.


On 06/07/2018 09:53, Lene Fischer wrote:

Yes this is correct – but only if you move the labels – What I want is the position for the labels without editing.

I need this for web presentation. When I export to QGISCLOUD the labels is not presented – so I have to make a workaround…

 

Regards

Lene Fischer

 

 

Fra: Richard McDonnell [[hidden email]]
Sendt: 6. juli 2018 10:23
Til: Lene Fischer
Emne: Re: [Qgis-user] Save label position in 3.2

 

Hi Lene,
In QGIS 2.1X If you create X,Y and rotation attributes, when you use the move or rotate labels tools, the attribution is automatically updated. I would assume its the same!, though open to correction!
Hope this helps.

Regards

On 06/07/2018 09:12, Lene Fischer wrote:

Hi,
I´m using 3.2 and trying out the label function. Wonderful new possibilities!
I would like to save the z, y and rotation for the labels, but I can only get the information for labels I have edited in the "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positionx".
Are there any other way to capture the positions ?
Regards
 
 
Lene Fischer
Associate Professor
 
University of Copenhagen
Department of Geoscience and Natural Resource Management
Forest and Landscape College
Nødebovej 77a
3480 Fredensborg
Denmark
 
 
MOB +45 40115084
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Re: Save label position in 3.2

Nyall Dawson
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On Fri, 6 Jul 2018 at 18:13, Lene Fischer <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi,
> I´m using 3.2 and trying out the label function. Wonderful new possibilities!
> I would like to save the z, y and rotation for the labels, but I can only get the information for labels I have edited in the "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positionx".
> Are there any other way to capture the positions ?

If I understand the request correctly - what you're after is a way to
store the automatically calculated positions for labels which you
haven't manually placed, right?

Nyall
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Re: Save label position in 3.2

Lene Fischer
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Hi Richard,

Thanks a lot – this worked. Now I have labels on the roads. https://qgiscloud.com/UAS_KU/tur/?e=705743%3B6213558%3B708994%3B6215150&crs=EPSG%3A25832&t=tur&l=DTK%2Fkort25%20klassisk%2Cvejnavn%2Clang_rute%2Ckort_rute%2Csteder&st=

 

But I still would like to know how to retrieve the coordinates in the attribute table.

 

Kind regards

Lene Fischer

 

 

 

 

Fra: Richard McDonnell [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sendt: 6. juli 2018 12:04
Til: [hidden email]
Cc: Lene Fischer
Emne: Re: [Qgis-user] Save label position in 3.2

 

Lene,

Hold the Press!!!!, I take back my last email!! Hope its not too late!!!

I have a solution for you!

https://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/288170/qgis-3-2-0-how-to-share-auxiliary-data-between-projects

Use QGIS 3 to create the additional fields with the field calculator, see examples below

for example:
Field Name            Field Type                                                         Expression
lab_x                 Decimal (Real)   (20,4)                 "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positionx"

lab_y                 Decimal (Real)   (20,4)                 "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positiony"

lab_rot              Decimal (Real)   (20,4)                 "auxiliary_storage_labeling_labelrotation"

Then set up the Auxiliary fealds to use your new attributes, this should then work for QGISCloud!!
 
Regards,
 
Richard.
 

On 06/07/2018 10:30, Richard McDonnell wrote:

Hi,
It seems, as QGIS 3 is not LTR yet, its not fully supported by QGISCloud.
The only solution seems to be, to open the project in QGIS 2.18, add the x,y and rotation attribution and relocate/rotate your labels again.
Sorry I cant be of more help.
Regards,

Richard.

On 06/07/2018 09:53, Lene Fischer wrote:

Yes this is correct – but only if you move the labels – What I want is the position for the labels without editing.

I need this for web presentation. When I export to QGISCLOUD the labels is not presented – so I have to make a workaround…

 

Regards

Lene Fischer

 

 

Fra: Richard McDonnell [[hidden email]]
Sendt: 6. juli 2018 10:23
Til: Lene Fischer
Emne: Re: [Qgis-user] Save label position in 3.2

 

Hi Lene,
In QGIS 2.1X If you create X,Y and rotation attributes, when you use the move or rotate labels tools, the attribution is automatically updated. I would assume its the same!, though open to correction!
Hope this helps.

Regards

On 06/07/2018 09:12, Lene Fischer wrote:

Hi,
I´m using 3.2 and trying out the label function. Wonderful new possibilities!
I would like to save the z, y and rotation for the labels, but I can only get the information for labels I have edited in the "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positionx".
Are there any other way to capture the positions ?
Regards
 
 
Lene Fischer
Associate Professor
 
University of Copenhagen
Department of Geoscience and Natural Resource Management
Forest and Landscape College
Nødebovej 77a
3480 Fredensborg
Denmark
 
 
MOB +45 40115084
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Re: Save label position in 3.2

C Hamilton
Lene,

The "Lat Lon Tools" plugin has a function that will save a point layer geometry into attribute fields. I don't know if that is what you need or not, but if so you will see it under "Plugins->Lat Lon Tools->Conversions->Geometry to Field". There is a lot of flexibility with it.

Calvin

On Sat, Jul 7, 2018 at 2:49 AM, Lene Fischer <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Richard,

Thanks a lot – this worked. Now I have labels on the roads. https://qgiscloud.com/UAS_KU/tur/?e=705743%3B6213558%3B708994%3B6215150&crs=EPSG%3A25832&t=tur&l=DTK%2Fkort25%20klassisk%2Cvejnavn%2Clang_rute%2Ckort_rute%2Csteder&st=

 

But I still would like to know how to retrieve the coordinates in the attribute table.

 

Kind regards

Lene Fischer

 

 

 

 

Fra: Richard McDonnell [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sendt: 6. juli 2018 12:04
Til: [hidden email]
Cc: Lene Fischer
Emne: Re: [Qgis-user] Save label position in 3.2

 

Lene,

Hold the Press!!!!, I take back my last email!! Hope its not too late!!!

I have a solution for you!

https://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/288170/qgis-3-2-0-how-to-share-auxiliary-data-between-projects

Use QGIS 3 to create the additional fields with the field calculator, see examples below

for example:
Field Name            Field Type                                                         Expression
lab_x                 Decimal (Real)   (20,4)                 "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positionx"

lab_y                 Decimal (Real)   (20,4)                 "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positiony"

lab_rot              Decimal (Real)   (20,4)                 "auxiliary_storage_labeling_labelrotation"

Then set up the Auxiliary fealds to use your new attributes, this should then work for QGISCloud!!
 
Regards,
 
Richard.
 

On 06/07/2018 10:30, Richard McDonnell wrote:

Hi,
It seems, as QGIS 3 is not LTR yet, its not fully supported by QGISCloud.
The only solution seems to be, to open the project in QGIS 2.18, add the x,y and rotation attribution and relocate/rotate your labels again.
Sorry I cant be of more help.
Regards,

Richard.

On 06/07/2018 09:53, Lene Fischer wrote:

Yes this is correct – but only if you move the labels – What I want is the position for the labels without editing.

I need this for web presentation. When I export to QGISCLOUD the labels is not presented – so I have to make a workaround…

 

Regards

Lene Fischer

 

 

Fra: Richard McDonnell [[hidden email]]
Sendt: 6. juli 2018 10:23
Til: Lene Fischer
Emne: Re: [Qgis-user] Save label position in 3.2

 

Hi Lene,
In QGIS 2.1X If you create X,Y and rotation attributes, when you use the move or rotate labels tools, the attribution is automatically updated. I would assume its the same!, though open to correction!
Hope this helps.

Regards

On 06/07/2018 09:12, Lene Fischer wrote:

Hi,
I´m using 3.2 and trying out the label function. Wonderful new possibilities!
I would like to save the z, y and rotation for the labels, but I can only get the information for labels I have edited in the "auxiliary_storage_labeling_positionx".
Are there any other way to capture the positions ?
Regards
 
 
Lene Fischer
Associate Professor
 
University of Copenhagen
Department of Geoscience and Natural Resource Management
Forest and Landscape College
Nødebovej 77a
3480 Fredensborg
Denmark
 
 
MOB +45 40115084
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