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change color of Partial Down to match Up

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I guess my root issue is that I a clustered environment I get false negative downs from one of my nodes some small but annoying percentage of the time.

As a work-around we would like to treat partial down as the same as up, at least from a colors perspective.

I have tried several different ways to change Partial Down to match the color of Up.

1. webroot\css\styes_custom.css add code like statuspartialdown, #statuspartialdown, .statuspartialdown { background-color: #b4cc38 !important; }

2. webroot\javascript\_Prtg.Colors.js and change statuspartialdown: to simply have <#colorcode corlor="statusup">

And many variations of this, but all fail.

Can you help?

colors customization partial-down

Created on Jul 27, 2016 4:16:11 AM by  GregEisenberg (0) 1



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Hello Greg,

I'm afraid it's not officially supported to customize it that way. Applying colorcodes is not the only thing, you would also need to edit the svg-icons themselves in webroot\icons.

Kind regards.

Created on Jul 29, 2016 12:52:20 PM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]



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