Bug report #17213
"Show only features visible within a map" filter not able to select "base map" - only most recent map.
|Affected QGIS version:||2.18.13||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||Linux Mint 18.1, XFCE (but really Mate) 64 bit.||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||end of life|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||25112|
One additional quirk I noticed is that as I have maps with insets, I can't choose to limit the attribute table to the "base map" - only the inset map. This may warrant a separate bug report, please let me know if I should file it as such.
If I insert a new table (I don't want to mess with my existing table which is properly filtered in case I can't recreate it). The default "feature filtering" is to not select "remove duplicate rows from table" nor "show only features visible within a map" and the table shows the same stale data but for the expected range of values.
If I select the "show only features visible within a map" the "composer map" pop-up defaults to "Map 1" - in my case an inset map and filters the results appropriately (aside from showing stale data as noted in #17212 :
If I change the composer map to "Base map" the filter is not updated to reflect the change:
If I click the "remove duplicate rows from table" button, the "composer map" selection reverts to "Map 1" (without user intervention)
I have not found a way to get the attribute table to filter to the base map except by deleting map 1 inserting the attribute table, filtering it to the base map, adding map 1 back and then NOT TOUCHING THE FILTERING because any change means deleting any inset maps and starting over.
#3 Updated by David Gessel over 2 years ago
Yeah, I'm definitely on 2.18.13
QGIS code revision
Compiled against Qt
Running against Qt
Compiled against GDAL/OGR
Running against GDAL/OGR
Compiled against GEOS
Running against GEOS
PostgreSQL Client Version
#4 Updated by Mattias Spangmyr about 2 years ago
I just encountered this exact behaviour as well in QGIS 2.18.16.
QGIS version 2.18.16
QGIS code revision d473c3071a
Compiled against Qt 4.8.5
Running against Qt 4.8.5
Compiled against GDAL/OGR 2.2.3
Running against GDAL/OGR 2.2.3
Compiled against GEOS 3.5.0-CAPI-1.9.0
Running against GEOS 3.5.0-CAPI-1.9.0 r4084
PostgreSQL Client Version 9.2.4
SpatiaLite Version 4.3.0
QWT Version 5.2.3
PROJ.4 Version 493
QScintilla2 Version 2.7.2
#7 Updated by Giovanni Manghi about 1 year ago
- Resolution set to end of life
- Status changed from Feedback to Closed
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