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The purple color is assigned to a polygon that has a NULL value under the Field DN OR has a value but not 0 or 1. For example, if you assign a value of 2 to a polygon, it will have a purple color. So in your case, if all the polygons have 0 or 1 values, the purple color has no effect, and you can check it out if you don't want to show it in the legend. In ...


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I contacted ESRI support about this issue and they sent me this response: I did some research about potential issues with AVG antivirus and found that there is a related bug already logged with our parent company Esri Inc. For your reference, this number is BUG-000096502: ArcMap crashes when modifying symbology when certain antivirus software is installed. ...


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ArcMap won't do that for a single layer - transparency is handled for the entire symbology as a unit, not in pieces. So, the solution is to just have two copies of the layer in your table of contents. One with the outline and no fill, the other with no outline and a colored fill with whatever transparency you are looking for. Just make sure the layer with ...


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Yes it does, but it's quite clunky compared to the one in ArcMap (in my opinion). You can see it here in the Project pane, I have right-clicked and created a new Style. You can then open that style in the Project View, and add new items. Once your new items are created you can modify to suit, or you can save new items from the symbology pane as in ...


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I'm facing a similar problem. Layer in ArcGIS 10.3 symbolised so that one numeric variable determines point colour and another determines point size. When exported using Layer to KML tool, the resulting KMZ file in Google Earth looks extremely pixelated - although all five colour bins are preserved, points look more like squares than circles. The solution ...


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I think I discovered the problem. Is a kind of conflict with AVG Protection. If you use AVG antivirus (AVG Protection 2016.71.797 in my case), try to uninstall it, reboot and try ArcMAP again. It worked for me.


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I just want to expand on @jon_two answer. If it does turn out to be a data problem you might be able to diagnose and fix it yourself. First try exporting to another format, e.g. shapefile to FGDB or vice versa, and try your symbology setting again. If that doesn't work you can try to see if individual features are causing the crash. Try exporting a single ...


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It's targeted to version 2.16 - so not available in any public releases yet (unless you compile your own version!)


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Try setting the Symbol Level which sets the priority of specific symbols to render above or below others:


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It sounds like a data issue to me. Your feature class may be corrupt or formatted in a way that ArcMap cannot handle. If the reinstall of ArcGIS or rename of Normal.mxt suggested here does not work, I would get in touch with Esri support (or your local distributor) and send them a sample of your data. I wouldn't expect a fix in time to complete your ...


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Just rename the .mxd and save it in different location and access it.


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My understanding is that the error report that you sent to Esri will feed into a possible resolution for what caused your ArcMap to encounter a serious application error at some time in the future, but that it does not constitute a request for support under any maintenance agreement that you may have with them. I suggest renaming/deleting your Normal.mxt ...


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Points have no size, so any buffer is measured from the centroid of the point and symbol size has nothing to do with buffering. You can test this by creating a point and setting a small symbol and buffering by 5m, and then changing the symbol to something very very large and buffering again by 5m. When you measure the diameter of the buffer polygons you ...


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No menu: Project >> Project Properties >> Selection color:


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As you can see in the documentation this is achieved by applying two (or more) marks to the point. So for your example something like: [usage='example'] { mark: symbol('square'), symbol('circle'); } [usage='example'] :nth-mark(1) { size: 16px; fill: yellow; } [usage='example'] :nth-mark(2) { size: 14px; fill: red; }


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That is only partly supported. By the documentation of MapServer 7.0.1 http://mapserver.org/mapfile/style.html#style your HEIGHT is supported with a keyword "SIZE". Angle is supported as "ANGLE". But your LENGTH (width) is not supported. Instead the width of the symbol is scaled by the same factor as SIZE. Here are my test mapfile and the rendered result. ...


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If you mean to have 1-4 adjacent color boxes at bottom-left, top-left, bottom-right, and top-right positions then I would do it by having one square symbol with points POINTS 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 END Then I would make four copies of the symbol with different ANCHORPOINTs as documented in http://www.mapserver.org/mapfile/symbol.html. ...


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The difference between your lowest (8) and highest (575) values, 567, isn't divisible by 12 without a remainder. Even the Arcmap example shows an interval of 50 from 8 up to 558, and then a class of 16.851. The only non-programmatic solution in QGIS that I can think of is to change the upper scale value to 558, create an equal interval color ramp with 12 ...


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Create a field containing only the Year by slicing the existing field, and then symbolize using that field.


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Try using the "Create "Index Grid Features" You can specify the size of the grid, and this way your data becomes indexed and can provide a performance boost when you have a large dataset like yours. Make sure you check this box as well: Now, all this will do is create a grid, so you can cut the polygons and join them to each grid. Couple of links about ...


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This feature is currently being evaluated to be integrated with QGIS 2.16 (and has good chances that it will be) will be part of QGIS with the 2.16 release and present on master builds from after Apr, 29 2016. For a solution compatible with 2.14 see below. Or if you want to use QGIS 2.14, use a Geometry Generator symbol layer. CASE WHEN ...


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This lacking feature / bug is known and reported at https://hub.qgis.org/issues/9199 For now, you could create a centroid point layer, remove potential unwanted points and symbolize that.


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You're going to have to make some custom symbols. Luckily you can save them so you can easily use them in the future. Here's how you do it: Go to Symbol Property Editor for your line. Add 2 line layers. The first line layer type will be Cartographic Line Symbol. Make it whatever line type you want (solid, dashed, colors, etc.). The second line type will be ...



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