Legend Label Changed From ≤ to <=.

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08-09-2019 09:22 AM
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New Contributor III

I am using ArcGIS Pro 2.4.1.  When I use the symbology properties to "Classify" my floating point raster with the "Quantile" method, the label changes from being a single ≤ symbol to two symbols <= ...after reducing the format of the labels to round to 1 decimal place.  This seems like a bug.  I believe that my only solution is to go back and manually edit these back to the single symbol of ≤.  

From:

To:

Any advice would be welcome.  I now have about 300 layers to manually correct.

Thanks,

Roland

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Esri Notable Contributor

Hi Roland,

A couple of us over here have taken a look at this in ArcGIS Pro 2.4.1 and we aren't able to reproduce what you're seeing.

I'd recommend opening a case with technical support to troubleshoot further as this isn't a straightforward issue to reproduce.

Thank you.

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New Contributor III

2.4.2 is still doing this... Within the legend... If you go under "Advanced Symbol Option", Format Labels... and "Rounding" to 2 decimal places... you will see this.  I see that it occurs with Quantile methods as well:

Thanks,

Roland

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New Contributor III

This has been filed under an Esri Bug number and it is owned by the raster team.  I will report back if there is a solution.

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New Contributor III

I understand that this bug has been fixed in the latest release.

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