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#'   * A character vector of color codes. The codes are used for a 'manual' color
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#'   scale as long as the number of codes exceeds the number of data levels
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#'   (if there are more levels than codes, [scale_colour_hue()]/[scale_fill_hue()]
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#'   are used to construct the default scale).
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#'   are used to construct the default scale). If this is a named vector, then the color values
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#'   will be matched to levels based on the names of the vectors. Data values that
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#'   don't match will be set as `na.value`.
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#'   * A list of character vectors of color codes. The minimum length vector that exceeds the
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#'   number of data levels is chosen for the color scaling. This is useful if you
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#'   want to change the color palette based on the number of levels.
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