Hi PRTG team,
I reinstalled a PRTG server today and I didn't want to take over any old stuff and start fresh since a lot in the monitored environment had changed.
On thing I immediately noticed was the new GUI with loads of wasted white space everywhere and whein I noticed the PRTG version is exactly the same like the old server I remembered that I did some customization in CSS.
Now in styles_custom_v2.css there is a comment that "Your changes will be broken or removed with future PRTG updates". I wanted to adapt the CSS changes so they work properly again (there had been several updates since I created them) but I fear I will waste my time. What other otions do I have?
Mainly I'm interested in reducing wasted white space on the screen. The GUI looks nice but tt's a tool for admins so I don't care about nice. I want to see as much information as possible with a single look on the screen and without exessive scrolling. With the CSS changes that I have done I free up roughly one third of the screen from useless space and tables even get easier to read in my opinion. So I don't want to miss that and I really don't want to use the current "out of the box" GUI.
So whats the best way going forward to keep the information density high on the screen by removing empty space when modifying CSS is deprecated?