This strikes me that it should be simple, but efforts in QGIS and research here and elsewhere are not providing a solution.
I have a (vector) map which I have to mark out in colours according to the values of the individual sectors. To aid the maps use for those with colour blindness issues I am only using one colour - blue. The colours in the standard colour ramp are too close so I have made my own thus: -
New Colour Ramp Gradient - OK Colour 1 - white Colour 2 - blue Name the Colour Ramp - Test - OK
I have now got 5 colours in front of me. Only the White is acceptable, so I double click on each colour in turn and change their values to make them more widely spaced - OK - OK.
When I print out the map all is well, but when I save that project, then open another and try to apply the colour ramp the colours have gone back to the default values in that colour ramp. I have messed about in the style manager with no success. Will I have to manually set all of the values for this colour ramp in each project that I wish to apply this colour ramp to? Surely not! There must be a simpler way.