I tried to request the following feature enhancement some time ago but
don't know if it ever successfully got entered into the system (the
suggestions website is very confusing).

for Singleband Pseudocolor:  after classifying a continuous image (say
NDVI) into numerous classes (10's to 100's), allow the user to select MORE
than one class at time for color assignment (i.e. Click to select initial
class, then shift <or control> click to select additional classes, assign
color to all selected classes).

Thanks for consideration of this request.

On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 12:07 PM, Bob and Deb <bobd...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Why not have a "Recently Used" list?
>
> On Nov 30, 2016 2:19 AM, "Nyall Dawson" <nyall.daw...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> On 30 November 2016 at 20:07, Paolo Cavallini <cavall...@faunalia.it>
>> wrote:
>> > Il 30/11/2016 11:00, Anita Graser ha scritto:
>> >
>> >>     -1 to this ... most of those cpt city gradients are pretty darn
>> ugly
>> >>     or unsuitable for mapping in my opinion!
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> Many of the prettier ones (e.g.
>> >> http://soliton.vm.bytemark.co.uk/pub/cpt-city/wkp/template/t
>> n/wiki-2.0.png.index.html) are
>> >> also very difficult to use because we have no way to specify where the
>> >> border between blue = under sea level and green = above sea level is in
>> >> our raster values.
>> >
>> > agreed many are unsuitable, but others are really precious: I spend
>> > hours to design the CORINE one, years ago, and in Europe this is a must.
>> > NDVI is also tricky. Perhaps we could divide them in two sections, or
>> > simply include all the useful ones in the default?
>> > Anita: agreed some are very difficult to use - ideas for improvement?
>> > Thanks for the comments, I think we are greatly improving usability
>> here.
>> > All the best.
>>
>> Ok - I was a bit harsh here. I think the problem is that the good ones
>> are buried in ones which are totally useless. I'm referring to the
>> ramps like the different country flags, multiple variations on black
>> and white stripes, and things like banded "christmas candy" ramps.
>> Maybe we should curate a list of good ones and only show those at
>> first, rather then the "all ramps" category.
>>
>> Nyall
>>
>>
>> > --
>> > Paolo Cavallini - www.faunalia.eu
>> > QGIS & PostGIS courses: http://www.faunalia.eu/training.html
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