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Combining ArcMap style files into one file

I'm not aware of any import or merge tool for combining style files. What you can do is copy from one to another, which I show in the video below. You could bring your styles into a single style file. ...
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Getting arcpy has no attribute mapping error when running python code for Loop of MXD layer change

for mxd_name in arcpy.ListFiles("*.mxd"): mxd_path = env.workspace + "\\" + mxd_name mxd = arcpy.mapping.MapDocument(mxd_path) df = arcpy.mapping.ListDataFrames(mxd)[0] ...
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Finding lines that fold over themselves

If you still have access to VBA, then you could script something to find self-intersecting polylines using ITopologicalOperator.ISimple(), or write it in VB .net and create an addin. There is no ...
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Feature class to shapefile problem

As noted in the comments, shapefiles are an old format that as part of their design have a 10 character limit in the field names. If you want to keep the full field name exactly the same in both ...
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Using color matching on two geotiff rasters datasets and exporting geotiffs

Commented above, pretty old question, but indeed qgis has great tooling for histogram matching like SAGA-GIS GRASS i.histo.match whiteboxgeo image_enhancement orfeo-toolbox ContrastEnhancement
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Using color matching on two geotiff rasters datasets and exporting geotiffs

If you're saying that https://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/3.1/tool-reference/data-management/color-balance-mosaic-dataset.htm is no good for you then I can only suggest using QGIS and https://github.com/...
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