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I have a JPEG RGB map image composed of 12 colours produced by a programme using a colour palette. It converts correctly to a modified TIFF, which prints out correctly. But when this is loaded into QGIS it appears in the canvas and print-out with the two green shades rendered as white. How can I correct this?

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  • The symbology of a TIFF in QGIS is randomly chosen as far as I am aware. Editing your symbology can be done by right-clicking your layer > properties > Symbology Can you share more details about the type of symbology / data?
    – MarcM
    Nov 17 '20 at 19:41
  • Symbology ismultiband color Nov 19 '20 at 16:09
  • Symbology Color=multiband red min 1 max 255 green min 64 max 255 blue min1 max255 contrast enhancement none min/max set6ting min/max color rendering blending normal brightness etc 0 greyscale off resampling in and out: nearest neighbour oversampling 2 QGIS version is 3.10.4 Nov 20 '20 at 12:48

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