[Qgis-user] Points2One bug

Goyo goyodiaz at gmail.com
Wed Sep 29 17:28:17 EDT 2010

2010/9/25  <aaron at campusactivism.org>:
> I sent this to the list.  I think you created the Points2One plugin, so I'm sending you a copy.  I'd appreciate any help!
>  I'm trying to import polygons (rectangles) into QGIS (1.5.0).
> I have installed the points2one plugin (0.2.4), but I cannot get it to take any input.    "Input point layer" won't let me type in anything or select a file.
> Also - if I get it working, what format do I need to have my polygon data in?
> The data I want to map has four corners of a rectangle, and a single data variable that I'm tracking (number of facilities).
> I want to create a custom tile layer for Google Maps.  I'm planning on using: GMapCreator: http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/software/gmapcreator.asp  Unless there is a plugin or better way of doing it with QGis?

Hello Aaron

Credit for plugin creation goes to Pavol Kapusta but I made several
improvements and changes and I released the last version.

The input layer must be a points layer previously loaded in QGis. The
output will be a lines or polygons layer (shapefile). The vertices of
the lines or polygons will be the points of the input layer.

If you need more hints please provide a more precise description of
your data or better a sample.

Best regards


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