Does ArcGIS Pro provide color ramps choices for layer symbology?
Last Published: December 30, 2020
Color ramps are called color schemes in ArcGIS Pro. A color scheme provides a range of related colors containing at least two colors; the transition between pairs of colors can be either a continuous gradient or a discrete boundary with no blending from one color to another. Refer to Color schemes for more information. To use and customize a color scheme, open the Color Scheme Editor pane to manually change the scheme color, transparency, and position.
In ArcGIS Pro, right-click the layer, and click Symbology.
In the Symbology pane, under Primary symbology, select the desired symbol type.
Click the drop-down arrow for Color scheme, and click Format color scheme.
In the Color Scheme Editor pane, set the Color, Transparency, and Position settings as desired, and click OK.