This is as much feature suggestion as it is question:
Is there a better way to generate attractive/presentable style class ranges? Currently I have 5 similar datasets. Lets say the values for the first range from 0 to 35.39839437 and the other four from 0 to between 10 and 20, again with long trains of decimals after them.
I want to output all 5 on the same colour & number scale with one legend, so lets say 36 classes of size 1, i.e. 0-1, 1-2, ... 34-35,35-36. For equal interval breaks (the closest option) QGis will divide the range (0-35.39etc) by the number of classes so that the bins are e.g 0-0.9992, 0.9992-1.9891, ..., 34.4010-35.39etc.
Presentationally this looks crap, and so one has to go through every bin manually changing the values, which takes ages (not helped by lack of keyboard assistance e.g. tabbing, autoselect all next field). And THEN manually changing all the labels to match (SURELY there could be a tick box called "match labels to values"?)
If one goes through this lengthy process, at least one can paste this format to the other 4 maps right? No, not easily in any case: one can hack the QML file to align it to the next layer's name, as per Underdark's tip here.
Does anyone have any smart tips or clever workarounds for this kind of thing? Or should I raise this overall issue to the devs on hub.qgis? It feels to me that this is an oddly rough edge on what I assume most of us use as a core feature daily?