Feature request #2116
avoid black and white from default colors
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|Easy fix?:||No||Copied to github as #:||12176|
When loading a vector, random colors are assigned; it seems appropriate avoiding both black and white, as white can be confused with background, and black is the default color for outline. Same for random colors in classifications
#4 Updated by Médéric RIBREUX about 4 years ago
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Hello, bug triage...
after digging into the code, I've found the default color symbol affectation (on core/symbology-ng/qgssymbolv2.cpp):
s->setColor( QColor::fromHsv( qrand() % 360, 64 + qrand() % 192, 128 + qrand() % 128 ) );
The saturation can't be inferior to 64 (avoid color to be too white) and the value can't be inferior to 128 (avoiding too dark colors).
I am closing this old one !