thank you for an idea. We already thought about possibility to export and import project (in GUI) that could be used also as copy of existed project. Anyway you can use following workaround until we implement better solution.
LocusGIS scan the 'projects' directory during start and automatically import existed folders/project. You have to only rename the project in the Menu > Projects
That works partly. I did so, and when opening the project it looks (!) ok, but when i go to the layers of the project i get a "oeps" message.
That's strange. Is it any data layer, please? Would you please send me such 'copy' of project. We'd check it. Please create new private ticked and send me the .zip file of folder with your project. Thank you Petr
I have made a project with the name "basis". With the file manager i copied the project (the map gets the name basis(1).
In LocusGis i see twice basis...(so i can't actualy see which one is the original. Both names are written in red (i realised later). So i pick the project which is the lowest in rage and rename it. Result: Both projects are corrpted..
I deleted the project, Now i make a new project and import the layers of an previous project.
I Als o tried to rename the two files which are in the projectmap so they match with the name of the project, but then i don't see the project in LocusGis at all...
The error appairs as i select the layer-icon to manage the layers.. Then the "oops" comes and none layer is shown.
When i have some time i will do it again and sent you the projactflies..
That's weird. I can only suggest the close project (see image bellow) > close app > make copy of the project folder > start again
Anyway, this is only a temporary solution until we release better possibility how to copy project using template or via project backup
Great, thx. About the Backup manager: at this moment only ALL projects are being saved in one time. A single project can't be saved, am i right?
Would also be a nice feature: backup or save a single project... :-)
Yes, backup feature do 'backup' of all projects. Anyway, I can understand your needs. Good idea :)
Lex van Lith