A Classification will overrule the Basic Appearance.
All graphical parameters that are not defined by a Classification will be set through the Basic Appearance.
|Legend Editing||General information about the legend file, using the legend while editing|
|General Settings||The appearance of models within the dataset and scale ranges for spatial or layout objects|
|Basic Appearance||General information and overview of the Basic Appearance|
|Basic Appearance Points||Adding symbols, choosing symbol library for point objects|
|Basic Appearance Lines||Choosing a linestyle, adding symbols to line objects|
|Basic Appearance Areas||Appearance of outline and fill for area objects. Adding a gradient, a texture of hatchlines to the fill|
|Basic Appearance Images||Transparency, adjusting colors or using a transparent color for images|
|Basic Appearance Black and White Image||Transparency, adjusting colors or using a transparent color for black and white images|
|Basic Appearance Rasters||Transparency, adjusting colors or using a transparent color for raster images|
|Classification||Adjusting the graphical appearance of spatial objects to attribute values|
|Classification via Classes or Unique values||Make a Classification where the graphic parameter is based on the content of the attribute, divided in classes|
|Classification via Direct Link||Make a Classification where the graphic parameter is based on the content of the attribute, that should have exactly the same value as the value(s) of the graphic parameter|
|Labeling||Display attribute values as text|