I have a Python script that creates maps that are used for periodic reports. A requirement is that the scale in the legends be consistent for all reports created. This is not an issue, I override the break definition in the script.
The problem is that if the value for a given polygon exceeds the upper range of the scale, that polygon is not displayed. Not only do I want that polygon shown, but I want it to be bright red to show visually that the threshold has been exceeded. Is there a way to have a top-most category in the legend to capture any value greater than the upper most threshold, i.e. greater than largest upperBound?