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Change color of Acknowledge sensor status in PRTG

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Hello. We would like to change the color of acknowledged sensors in PRTG. We are able to change the color of acknowledged sensors in sunburst / treemap map objects (in v12 and v13) with below css code. How do we change the status icon (e.g. in help box , device tree.....) as well ?

.treemap .device.downack, .nodeLinkTree .node image.downack, .nodeLinkTree .node rect.udownack, g.downack path { fill: #6600cc; background-color:#6600cc; }

In PRTG v12 , i have could find below 3 icon files for color modification. led_redok.png led_redok_big.png led_redok_tall.png

In PRTG v13, it seems not work even file color modificated. Instead , i have find a file "icon_partdown.svg" . Any ideal for this ?

acknowledge color status

Created on Jun 21, 2013 4:41:23 AM by  Mr. Jackson Lam (0) 1



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hello,

you need to change the necessary png and svgs files and then make them read only so that they would not be changed by an update.

Created on Jun 25, 2013 8:31:37 AM by  Aurelio Lombardi [Paessler Support]



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I am confused on how to change the color, my prtg is v14.

you can put all related files that must be changed to change color Acknowledge sensor status ?

thanks

Created on Nov 14, 2014 3:22:56 PM by  Dorian Cosentino (10) 1



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how familiar are you with HTML?

please go to

<Prtg install path>\webroot\styles_custom.css

edit the css file and add

}
.map_object.map_iconcolor_senso,.map_object.map_iconcolor_senso label,.map_object.map_iconcolor_senso span {
  background-color: <#colorcode color="statusdownack"> !important;
}
.map-marker.downack {
  background-color:<#colorcode color="statusdownack"> !important;
}
.treemap .device.downack,
.treemap .library.downack,
g.downack  path {
  fill: <#colorcode color="statusdownack"> !important;
  background-color: <#colorcode color="statusdownack"> !important;
}
#crumblersensorstats div.downacksens {
  background-color: <#colorcode color="statusdownack"> !important;
}
#sensorcounts a.sensorlinkpartialred {
  background: <#colorcode color="statusdownack"> !important;
}
#sensorstatusmessage.sensorstatusmessagesenso {
  background-color: <#colorcode color="statusdownack"> !important;
}
.deviceoverviewsensorvalues .achannel.status13,
.deviceoverviewsensorvalues .achannel.status13 .chartlegend {
  border-color: <#colorcode color="statusdownack">  !important
}
.deviceoverviewsensorvalues .achannel.status13 .sensoricon {
  background-color: <#colorcode color="statusdownack">  !important
 }

Created on Nov 21, 2014 9:20:08 AM by  Aurelio Lombardi [Paessler Support]

Last change on Oct 28, 2015 12:50:19 PM by  Luciano Lingnau [Paessler Support]



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