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- Menu Re-organisation - The menus were re-organised a little - we now have separate menus for Vector and Raster and many plugins were updated to place their menus in the new Vector and Raster top level menus.
- Offset Curves - a new digitising tool for creating offset curves was added.
- Terrain Analysis Plugin - a new core plugin was added for doing terrain analysis - and it can make really good looking coloured relief maps.
- Ellipse renderer - symbollayer to render ellipse shapes (and also rectangles, triangles, crosses by specifying width and height). Moreover, the symbol layer allows to set all parameters (width, height, colors, rotation, outline with) from data fields, in mm or map units
- Ellipse renderer - symbollayer to render ellipse shapes (and also rectangles, triangles, crosses by specifying width and height). Moreover, the symbol layer allows setting all parameters (width, height, colors, rotation, outline with) from data fields, in mm or map units
- New scale selector with predefined scales
- Option to add layers to selected or active group
- Pan To Selected tool
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6 changes: 3 additions & 3 deletions doc/news.html
Expand Up @@ -140,7 +140,7 @@ <H1>1. Whats new in Version 2.2.0 'Valmiera'?</H1>
<LI>QGIS Server can now deliver Web Coverage Service (WCS) maps.
<LI>Gradients can now be used for polygon fills.
<LI>Classes in paletted rasters can now be labelled.
<LI>Colour ramps can now be inverted.
<LI>Color ramps can now be inverted.
<LI>Rules in the rule based renderer can now be copied and pasted.
<LI>Support for on-the-fly feature generalisation has been added.
<LI>For marker layers you can now define the anchor points / origin of the marker.
Expand Down Expand Up @@ -249,7 +249,7 @@ <H1>3. Whats new in Version 2.0.0 'Dufour'?</H1>
Save As...' to save any raster layer as a new layer. In the process you
can clip, resample, and reproject the layer to a new Coordinate Reference
System. You can also save a raster layer as a rendered image so if you for
example have single band raster that you have applied a colour palette to,
example have single band raster that you have applied a color palette to,
you can save the rendered layer out to a georeferenced RGB layer.
<LI>There are many, many more new features in QGIS 2.0 - we invite
you to explore the software and discover them all!
Expand Down Expand Up @@ -279,7 +279,7 @@ <H1>4. Whats new in Version 1.8.0 'Lisboa'?</H1>
<LI>Menu Re-organisation - The menus were re-organised a little - we now have separate menus for Vector and Raster and many plugins were updated to place their menus in the new Vector and Raster top level menus.
<LI>Offset Curves - a new digitising tool for creating offset curves was added.
<LI>Terrain Analysis Plugin - a new core plugin was added for doing terrain analysis - and it can make really good looking coloured relief maps.
<LI>Ellipse renderer - symbollayer to render ellipse shapes (and also rectangles, triangles, crosses by specifying width and height). Moreover, the symbol layer allows to set all parameters (width, height, colors, rotation, outline with) from data fields, in mm or map units
<LI>Ellipse renderer - symbollayer to render ellipse shapes (and also rectangles, triangles, crosses by specifying width and height). Moreover, the symbol layer allows setting all parameters (width, height, colors, rotation, outline with) from data fields, in mm or map units
<LI>New scale selector with predefined scales
<LI>Option to add layers to selected or active group
<LI>Pan To Selected tool
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8 changes: 4 additions & 4 deletions doc/news.t2t
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- QGIS Server can now deliver Web Coverage Service (WCS) maps.
- Gradients can now be used for polygon fills.
- Classes in paletted rasters can now be labelled.
- Colour ramps can now be inverted.
- Color ramps can now be inverted.
- Rules in the rule based renderer can now be copied and pasted.
- Support for on-the-fly feature generalisation has been added.
- For marker layers you can now define the anchor points / origin of the marker.
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Save As...' to save any raster layer as a new layer. In the process you
can clip, resample, and reproject the layer to a new Coordinate Reference
System. You can also save a raster layer as a rendered image so if you for
example have single band raster that you have applied a colour palette to,
example have single band raster that you have applied a color palette to,
you can save the rendered layer out to a georeferenced RGB layer.
- There are many, many more new features in QGIS 2.0 - we invite
you to explore the software and discover them all!
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- GPS Tracking - The GPS live tracking user interface was overhauled and many fixes and improvements were added to it.
- Menu Re-organisation - The menus were re-organised a little - we now have separate menus for Vector and Raster and many plugins were updated to place their menus in the new Vector and Raster top level menus.
- Offset Curves - a new digitising tool for creating offset curves was added.
- Terrain Analysis Plugin - a new core plugin was added for doing terrain analysis - and it can make really good looking coloured relief maps.
- Ellipse renderer - symbollayer to render ellipse shapes (and also rectangles, triangles, crosses by specifying width and height). Moreover, the symbol layer allows to set all parameters (width, height, colors, rotation, outline with) from data fields, in mm or map units
- Terrain Analysis Plugin - a new core plugin was added for doing terrain analysis - and it can make really good looking colored relief maps.
- Ellipse renderer - symbollayer to render ellipse shapes (and also rectangles, triangles, crosses by specifying width and height). Moreover, the symbol layer allows setting all parameters (width, height, colors, rotation, outline with) from data fields, in mm or map units
- New scale selector with predefined scales
- Option to add layers to selected or active group
- Pan To Selected tool
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16 changes: 8 additions & 8 deletions i18n/qgis_af.ts
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</message>
<message>
<location filename="../src/ui/qgsattributetypeedit.ui" line="195"/>
<source>Allows one to set numeric values from a specified range. The edit widget can be either a slider or a spin box.</source>
<source>Allows setting of numeric values from a specified range. The edit widget can be either a slider or a spin box.</source>
<translation type="unfinished"></translation>
</message>
<message>
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No matter if selected text contains the interpreter prompt (&gt;&gt;&gt;, ...). Input area pane is the interactive
python shell for input commands.&lt;br&gt;To access to the python file editor use the
&lt;label&gt;Show editor&lt;/label&gt; button
from the toolbar. The editor allows to edit and save python file and it offers basic functionality
from the toolbar. The editor allows editing and saving python files and it offers basic functionality
for managing your code (comment and
uncomment code, check syntax, share the code via codepad.org and much more).
&lt;/p&gt;
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&lt;a name=&quot;FieldCalc&quot;&gt;
&lt;h4&gt;Field Calculator&lt;/h4&gt;
&lt;/a&gt;
The &lt;label&gt;Field Calculator&lt;/label&gt; button in the attribute table allows to perform calculations on basis of existing attribute values or defined functions, e.g. to calculate length or area of geometry features.&lt;br&gt;
The &lt;label&gt;Field Calculator&lt;/label&gt; button in the attribute table allows performing calculations on basis of existing attribute values or defined functions, e.g. to calculate length or area of geometry features.&lt;br&gt;
The results can be written to a new attribute column or it can be used to update values in an already existing column.&lt;br&gt;
The vector layer needs to be in editing mode, before you can click on the &lt;label&gt;Field calculator&lt;/label&gt; icon to open the dialog.
</source>
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Click &lt;label&gt;New symbology&lt;/label&gt; button to use new symbology implementation for the layer.

&lt;h5&gt;Vector transparency&lt;/h5&gt;
QGIS allows to set a transparency for every vector layer. This can be done with the slider &lt;label&gt;Transparency&lt;/label&gt;. This is very useful for overlaying several vector layers.
QGIS allows setting a transparency for every vector layer. This can be done with the slider &lt;label&gt;Transparency&lt;/label&gt;. This is very useful for overlaying several vector layers.

&lt;h5&gt;Saving styles&lt;/h5&gt;
Once you have styled your layer you also could save your layer-style to a separate file (with *.qml ending). To do this, use the button &lt;label&gt;Save Style...&lt;/label&gt;. No need to say that &lt;label&gt;Load Style...&lt;/label&gt; loads your saved layer-style-file.&lt;br/&gt;
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The &lt;label&gt;Toggle editing mode&lt;/label&gt; button toggles this mode.&lt;p&gt;
Within the Attributes tab you also find an edit widget column. This column can be used to define values or a range of values that are allowed to be added to the specific attribute table column. If you click on the &lt;label&gt;edit widget&lt;/label&gt; button, a dialog opens, where you can define different widgets. These widgets are:&lt;br/&gt;
&lt;ul&gt;
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Line edit&lt;/label&gt; an edit field which allows to enter simple text (or restrict to numbers for numeric attributes).
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Line edit&lt;/label&gt; an edit field which allows entering simple text (or restrict to numbers for numeric attributes).
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Classification&lt;/label&gt; Displays a combo box with the values used for classification, if you have chosen &lt;label&gt;unique value&lt;/label&gt; as legend type in the symbology tab of the properties dialog.
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Range&lt;/label&gt; Allows to set numeric values from a specific range. The edit widget can be either a slider or a spin box.
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Range&lt;/label&gt; Allows setting of numeric values from a specific range. The edit widget can be either a slider or a spin box.
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Unique value&lt;/label&gt; The user can select one of the values already used in the attribute table. If &lt;label&gt;editable&lt;/label&gt; is activated, a line edit is shown with auto completion support, but additional values are possible, otherwise a combo box is used.
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;File name&lt;/label&gt; Simplifies the selection by adding a file chooser dialog.
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Value map&lt;/label&gt; a combo box with predefined items. The value is stored in the attribute, the description is shown in the combo box. You can define values manually or load them from a layer or a csv file.
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The new implementation of actions uses the QGIS expression engine to do evaluations. Each expression is evaluated and replaced by its result at runtime.&lt;p&gt;
An expression must be enclosed between &lt;code&gt;[%&lt;/code&gt; and &lt;code&gt;%]&lt;/code&gt; - the GUI has some buttons which do that for you automatically.
The &lt;label&gt;Insert expression...&lt;/label&gt; button launches the &lt;label&gt;Expression builder&lt;/label&gt; which allows to write an expression easily, the &lt;label&gt;Insert field&lt;/label&gt; button inserts into the action a placeholder like &lt;code&gt;[% &quot;fieldname&quot; %]&lt;/code&gt; where fieldname is the name of the field selected in the field dropdown list.&lt;p&gt;
The &lt;label&gt;Insert expression...&lt;/label&gt; button launches the &lt;label&gt;Expression builder&lt;/label&gt; which allows writing an expression easily, the &lt;label&gt;Insert field&lt;/label&gt; button inserts into the action a placeholder like &lt;code&gt;[% &quot;fieldname&quot; %]&lt;/code&gt; where fieldname is the name of the field selected in the field dropdown list.&lt;p&gt;

See the User Guide for further information.

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&lt;h5&gt;Measure tool&lt;/h5&gt;
Here you can set an ellipsoid for distance calculations, measurement units and preferred color of rubber band.
&lt;h5&gt;Panning and zooming&lt;/h5&gt;
Allows to define mouse wheel action and zoom factor.
Allows defining mouse wheel action and zoom factor.
&lt;a name=&quot;over&quot;&gt;
&lt;h4&gt;Overlay&lt;/h4&gt;
&lt;/a&gt;
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16 changes: 8 additions & 8 deletions i18n/qgis_ar.ts
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</message>
<message>
<location filename="../src/ui/qgsattributetypeedit.ui" line="195"/>
<source>Allows one to set numeric values from a specified range. The edit widget can be either a slider or a spin box.</source>
<source>Allows setting of numeric values from a specified range. The edit widget can be either a slider or a spin box.</source>
<translation type="unfinished"></translation>
</message>
<message>
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Click &lt;label&gt;New symbology&lt;/label&gt; button to use new symbology implementation for the layer.

&lt;h5&gt;Vector transparency&lt;/h5&gt;
QGIS allows to set a transparency for every vector layer. This can be done with the slider &lt;label&gt;Transparency&lt;/label&gt;. This is very useful for overlaying several vector layers.
QGIS allows setting a transparency for every vector layer. This can be done with the slider &lt;label&gt;Transparency&lt;/label&gt;. This is very useful for overlaying several vector layers.

&lt;h5&gt;Saving styles&lt;/h5&gt;
Once you have styled your layer you also could save your layer-style to a separate file (with *.qml ending). To do this, use the button &lt;label&gt;Save Style...&lt;/label&gt;. No need to say that &lt;label&gt;Load Style...&lt;/label&gt; loads your saved layer-style-file.&lt;br/&gt;
Expand Down Expand Up @@ -57302,9 +57302,9 @@ Within the &lt;label&gt;Attributes&lt;/label&gt; tab the attributes of the selec
The &lt;label&gt;Toggle editing mode&lt;/label&gt; button toggles this mode.&lt;p&gt;
Within the Attributes tab you also find an edit widget column. This column can be used to define values or a range of values that are allowed to be added to the specific attribute table column. If you click on the &lt;label&gt;edit widget&lt;/label&gt; button, a dialog opens, where you can define different widgets. These widgets are:&lt;br/&gt;
&lt;ul&gt;
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Line edit&lt;/label&gt; an edit field which allows to enter simple text (or restrict to numbers for numeric attributes).
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Line edit&lt;/label&gt; an edit field which allows entering simple text (or restrict to numbers for numeric attributes).
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Classification&lt;/label&gt; Displays a combo box with the values used for classification, if you have chosen &lt;label&gt;unique value&lt;/label&gt; as legend type in the symbology tab of the properties dialog.
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Range&lt;/label&gt; Allows to set numeric values from a specific range. The edit widget can be either a slider or a spin box.
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Range&lt;/label&gt; Allows setting of numeric values from a specific range. The edit widget can be either a slider or a spin box.
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Unique value&lt;/label&gt; The user can select one of the values already used in the attribute table. If &lt;label&gt;editable&lt;/label&gt; is activated, a line edit is shown with auto completion support, but additional values are possible, otherwise a combo box is used.
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;File name&lt;/label&gt; Simplifies the selection by adding a file chooser dialog.
&lt;li&gt;&lt;label&gt;Value map&lt;/label&gt; a combo box with predefined items. The value is stored in the attribute, the description is shown in the combo box. You can define values manually or load them from a layer or a csv file.
Expand Down Expand Up @@ -57337,7 +57337,7 @@ Actions are useful when you frequently want to run an external application or vi

The new implementation of actions uses the QGIS expression engine to do evaluations. Each expression is evaluated and replaced by its result at runtime.&lt;p&gt;
An expression must be enclosed between &lt;code&gt;[%&lt;/code&gt; and &lt;code&gt;%]&lt;/code&gt; - the GUI has some buttons which do that for you automatically.
The &lt;label&gt;Insert expression...&lt;/label&gt; button launches the &lt;label&gt;Expression builder&lt;/label&gt; which allows to write an expression easily, the &lt;label&gt;Insert field&lt;/label&gt; button inserts into the action a placeholder like &lt;code&gt;[% &quot;fieldname&quot; %]&lt;/code&gt; where fieldname is the name of the field selected in the field dropdown list.&lt;p&gt;
The &lt;label&gt;Insert expression...&lt;/label&gt; button launches the &lt;label&gt;Expression builder&lt;/label&gt; which allows writing an expression easily, the &lt;label&gt;Insert field&lt;/label&gt; button inserts into the action a placeholder like &lt;code&gt;[% &quot;fieldname&quot; %]&lt;/code&gt; where fieldname is the name of the field selected in the field dropdown list.&lt;p&gt;

See the User Guide for further information.

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&lt;a name=&quot;FieldCalc&quot;&gt;
&lt;h4&gt;Field Calculator&lt;/h4&gt;
&lt;/a&gt;
The &lt;label&gt;Field Calculator&lt;/label&gt; button in the attribute table allows to perform calculations on basis of existing attribute values or defined functions, e.g. to calculate length or area of geometry features.&lt;br&gt;
The &lt;label&gt;Field Calculator&lt;/label&gt; button in the attribute table allows performing calculations on basis of existing attribute values or defined functions, e.g. to calculate length or area of geometry features.&lt;br&gt;
The results can be written to a new attribute column or it can be used to update values in an already existing column.&lt;br&gt;
The vector layer needs to be in editing mode, before you can click on the &lt;label&gt;Field calculator&lt;/label&gt; icon to open the dialog.
</source>