QGIS symbology set

Posted: October 11, 2011 in GIS, Public Activities
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It’s been a while since I’ve updated the status of a notation conventions for QGIS project. Let’s fix it! There is a beta-version of the symbology available. See the screen-shots below (all pictures are clickable), and if you like it –  DOWNLOAD the set, use it and provide a feedback!

Fills

 

How to use:

1. Use QGIS 1.7 or higher.

2. Go to Settings->Style manager.

3. Hit “Import” button.

4. Provide path to the “symbology-ng-style-eng.xml” file in this archive.

5. Pick up needed symbols or choose all of them and hit “Import” button.

Note that there should not be any red circles in symbols after import is complete. If you will see red circles (or do not see some of the symbols despite their names present) it means that paths to some of the SVG icons are broken. You should fix them manually by editing “symbology-ng-style.xml” file LOCATED AT YOUR USRER’S QGIS FOLDER by copying according paths from “symbology-ng-style-eng.xml” file FROM THIS ARCHIVE.

Numbers in the end of the symbol’s name is a scale it is designed for (it is for printing purposes). For example “…50_100k” means that this symbol is suitable for printing in 1:50 000 and 1:100 000 scale.

Lines
Lines continue
Points
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Comments
  1. Sarah says:

    Thank you! Needed a railway symbol and this works great 🙂

  2. Scott says:

    Thank you very much. New to QGIS.

  3. Lukas Koch says:

    Thanks mate! Effort like yours is making the open-source community as powerful at it is. Big thanks!

  4. legio says:

    Hello,

    Gave me an error.

    Missing files in the folder of downlod (DOWNLOAD the set)

    In the FILL this is fine.

    Lines and points are missing the files.

    You can put them in the folder download please?

    Thank you

  5. KP says:

    In my case most fill symbols just have “?” in them. Any idea how to handle this issue?

  6. Steve Gautreau says:

    same issue here – most fill symbols are just question marks “?”

  7. Hi there im very interested in the line SVGs you have in the lower screen shots. Is there any chance I could get an SVG file of those please? I can be contacted on tylergriffin70gmail.com
    many thanks

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