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    Question:

    Did you know that you can use simple calculations when working with Widgets?

    Answer:

    For example if you wish to edit the stroke width or the offset value of a line, you can simply type the calculation and QGIS will calculate the value for you.

    In this example, when editing the Style of a Line you can type an expression such as:

    • Stroke Width = 12/3
    • Offset = 2/12

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    The QGIS Widget will then make the calculation and complete the actual values:

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