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You can specify a data-defined override using the button right next to the angle input In previous QGIS versions, this functionality was available through the data-defined properties button.


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As the comment above said; you need to open the properties of your layer (either double click it or right click it and choose properties), go to Style tab, and change from Single Symbol to Graduated. Then you choose the attribute you want to use in the drop down, choose a colour gradient and press Classify. However, if your attribute is the wrong data type ...


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Since you know exactly what you want your new symbolization to be, I would suggest saving a layer file with that symbolization. In arcmap, add a test layer to your table of contents, and symbolize it as desired (1-100 orange, 101-200 red, 201-300 blue). Then right-click on the layer in the table of contents and 'Save As Layer File...' This lets you save the ...


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ESRI do have a useful resources page for javascript developers that will generate the JSON needed to embed the marker symbol. I know you're not looking for the JSON, but if you look at the JSON code, there is a url to the image. I have not tired this, but you might be able to use that url.


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An option that has worked for me is using the data source options you have from python. This has allowed me to write a script to transfer pie chart symbology, which isn't possible for some reason with standard tools. It also lets me repair broken links where symbology gets dropped when the data source is relinked from layer properties. You can also relink ...


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Since arcpy doesn't let you customize your layers, and only load symbology from already-created layers, you'll need a library of layers for all your potential combinations of values. Then you're going to have to figure out a way to reference the correct layer file for your layer that suits your data. Something like this perhaps. I find the min and max ...


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This can be accomplished by adding a marker line symbol to your line symbol.In the symbol property editor add a layer to the line by pressing the 'plus' button in the layer window. Once you have added the layer select 'Marker Line Symbol' from the 'Type' drop-down menu. Now press the 'Symbol' button and select the 'Triangle 1' symbol and adjust the size ...


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This cannot be done with ArcGIS. I asked a similar question here: Symbolizing File Geodatabase feature class with Layer File created from AutoCAD drawing? Personally, I was at least hoping to create a layer file from the CAD drawing that was added to ArcMap (similar symbology to what it appears like in AutoCAD but not identical). Although saving CAD layer ...


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You can select a Categorized (2.) symbology under Layer Properties -> Style (1.). To define custom colours for every single value, you can classify (4.) the layer with the selected attribute column (3.). After the automatic classification, you can assign a different colour for every different field value by double clicking the coloured square under Symbol ...


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If you wish to see this functionality in ArcGIS for Desktop then I think you will need to submit it as a new ArcGIS Idea. My recommendation would be to post it under the product category of ArcGIS Pro rather than ArcGIS Desktop. In the meantime, about all I could uncover that seemed like it might be related was a comment from Charlie Frye on an old blog ...


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I have been using for some time icons from Material Design icons by Google and just love it. Docs are here. A sample picture: https://github.com/google/material-design-icons/blob/master/maps/1x_web/ic_directions_bike_black_18dp.png



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