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Expand range of colors available for new layers
Here's the rules if you want to add more here (developed by @nirvn and myself) - Keep colors in the "middle" - avoid too light or too dark colors, too light colors will make line layers invisible on the default white background, too dark colors are too visually heavy for polygon areas - Avoid over saturated/pure colors, which are too visually heavy. E.g. - No blues! Blues have a single meaning on maps (water) and we're almost never going to fluke that a randomly assigned blue color is given to a water feature layer. So we just avoid blues altogether as users are almost always going to have to change layers away from blue anyway. - Avoid yellow. Yellow is used as the default selected feature color in QGIS, so keep colors well away from this yellow to avoid confusion between selected/unselected yellow layers - Keep things "happy", "positive" and "friendly". No baby puke green/browns
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