If you are familiar with SVG code, you might consider editing the SVG source code that controls the Operations Center Layout view. Some features are not available through the Layout view menus, but can be implemented using SVG code. One such feature is the opacity attribute, which uses the element condition to determine its transparency in the Layout view. For example, if the element is in an OK state, then the condition does not display (it changes to transparent); however, if it is CRITICAL, it does display (it shows at 100% opacity.
IMPORTANT:Operations Center is not responsible for the behavior of user-modified SVG code. By editing the SVG code, you accept all responsibility for the results. Consider saving a backup of the current drawing before editing the SVG code. Use Section B.0, Bind Language API Reference as a reference when editing.
Section C.1, Editing the SVG Code and Regenerate the Drawing
Section C.3, Using Relative DNames for Node Attribute Matching
Section C.4, Looking at the Source Code with a Toggling Graphic Node Style Example
Section C.5, Looking at the Source Code with a Child Container Example