Feature request #859
Assign vector colors from column
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A great vector feature would be the ability to set color for vector features from an RGB column. This could be done similarly to GRASS's d.vect rgb_column assignment. See http://grass.itc.it/grass63/manuals/html63_user/d.vect.html
Updated by Tim Sutton over 8 years ago
Neat idea - maybe it would be better to use html style #AABBCC hex colour codes rather? Perhaps Magnus Homann would be interested in this....but I think its better left for 2.0 since we are trying to avoid further ui changes and renderer changes at this point.
Updated by John Tull over 8 years ago
I agree with the roadmap change, unless someone already has it in the pipeline, which I doubt.
I would still see an RGB code being the default, or perhaps it can be set as an option. This is the standard in GRASS, so we should consider inoperability. Again, maybe there can be an option to select between RGB columns or a single column that uses html codes.
Updated by nikos - about 8 years ago
Any news with respect to assigning colors from an RGB list (=column in a vector map's attribute table)? And why not adopt grass's philosophy RRR:GGG:BBB.
I bombed into this ticket while searching for a way to automatically transfer the CORINE official colours from the grass database in qgis. It will be definetily a useful feature.
Updated by John Tull about 8 years ago
That format was exactly my thinking. I really hope to see this sometime. Otherwise, going from a raster to a vector AND maintaining color formatting is very difficult/impossible in Qgis. Is there another way?
Updated by Giovanni Manghi about 5 years ago
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see also #3129
Updated by Pirmin Kalberer over 4 years ago
- Target version changed from Version 2.0.0 to Future Release - Nice to have
Updated by Jürgen Fischer almost 4 years ago
- Status changed from Open to Closed
- Resolution set to fixed
Updated by Miroslav Umlauf almost 3 years ago
Is there any description how is this implemented please?
Updated by Andre Joost over 2 years ago
Look for "Data defined properties", and these tutorials:
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