I'm pretty new to Solidworks after many years in ProE. People said I'd like SW, and they were right. But I'm doing a lot of stress simulations, and I don't like the default color scheme for the stress plots. There are two light blue-green colors right next to each other that are almost indistinguishable on the legend, at least on my screen. Or maybe it's my well-matured eyes. Anyway, I'm using user-defined colors to make it easier for me to see the transitions. I'd like to save a reusable user-defined color scheme so that (a) I don't have to re-define it each time I generate a new plot, and (b) I have my own 'standard' predefined scheme to directly compare different design iterations, and (c) I don't have to remember how I defined it last time. I hate having to remember stuff.
I don't see any mechanism for this on help.solidworks.com. Is there a trick/workaround to accomplish this?