Bug report #14417
Data driven label rotation is affected by composer map item rotation
|Affected QGIS version:||2.14.0||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||end of life|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||22398|
I stumbled into an issue with data defined rotation. I need both a data driven rotation on certain labels of a feature, and a data driven rotation of the map item in an atlas. Depending on what options are chosen in the label properties, label behavior at render time in the atlas is different. It seems that the data driven rotation is compounded over the map item's rotation value while the general rotation isn't.
- The atlas is built around a series of rectangle features, following a corridor, as the coverage layer. Those features have a field containing their rotation value that is used to drive the map item's rotation value.
- The labeled layer has data driven X, Y, and rotation values for the mileage features.
Those are the intended settings, but when used that way, it gives the results shown in the attached images.
If the data driven rotation is cleared and a general rotation is applied to the layer, the result in the composer is what would be expected.
This was present in 2.12.3 and I reproduced it in 2.14. To make sure, I also created a new project in 2.14 in case it was an issue that could be carried with the project file into a revision.
#3 Updated by Giovanni Manghi about 1 year ago
- Resolution set to end of life
- Status changed from Open to Closed
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