If you have not already done so, insert an Alarm Analysis object into your display. How?
If you have not already done so, specify a data source. How?
Select the Color tab. The default Alarm Analysis threshold table is automatically loaded.
Ensure the Enable Threshold check box is selected.
Select the ellipsis button beside the Alarm Status to change the color of the text for all data returned for the selected Alarm Status. Select a color from the color palette and click OK.
Select the ellipsis button beside the Alarm Priority to change the color of the row's background for all data returned for the selected Alarm Priority. Select a color from the color palette and click OK.
Click the Save button to save the current changes, or if you would like to resuse the current threshold table again in the future, click the Save As button and provide a new name for the threshold table.
NOTE: You can click the Reset button to reload the default Alarm Analysis threshold table. The default threshold table is set on the Component Preferences dialog box/Alarm Analysis tab, where you can also make changes to the default threshold colors, as required.