Despite we have the chance to hide/show a layer, this doesnt' happen with a specific feature. For example, in a layer I have points, line and polygons and I'd like to hide only some of them, not the entire layer. Is it possible to do it?

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What program/site are you using?

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Sorry, I forgot to clarify. I use uMap and one of my maps, in which I'd like to hide specific pointis, is here: http://u.osmfr.org/m/630327.

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(14 Jul, 10:05) kiolalis

I don't think there is what you want exactly. You could play around with setting opacities to low or using transparent icons. But even if objects are not visible easily they would still be clickable and shown in the data tables.

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