- This bug happens when displaying a raster with classify. For manual classification method (ie removed breaks from another methods), the color scheme will not update or reapply.
- This bug happens when displaying a raster with classify. Starting with an automated/calculated method (eg. defined interval) and removing a breaks. The method remains on <Defined interval> and any updates to the color scheme resets the classification and the removed breaks return.
- Data Exclusion:
Trying to exclude: “-1000 - -70; 0 - 1000”. It only honors the positive exclusion. “1000 - -70” works. Its seems the range can’t start with a negative value.
With an exclusion set, switching classification methods sometimes sets the exclusion to “ 0-0” however the breaks tend to honor the original exclusion. Same problem with Jenks. Maybe this just has to do with the negative ranges. No issue with positive exclusions.
Applying an exclusion sets the method drop down to blank.
- Data exclusion “-70” is read as 0-70.
- Any change to the raster layer symbology causes the layer to become unselected in the contents/symbology display. It's not a major issue, but annoying to have to keep re-selecting the layer in the table of contents.
(sorry if you seen this before, I posted this in the under the less-than-ideal forum subgroup)