Within Dundas, you can set up states, which are great to be able to change some display depending on some values.
On a table, you might, for instance, want to show in green all values greater than 60% and in red all values less than 20%. This is easy enough by following the states documentation.
If you are not careful, though, you might end up with coloration not matching what you expect. This is especially true when you have total rows at different levels of a hierarchy. The first level will have the right colors, but others not (for instance states for days are ok, but not for month and year).
You need to know that states are a metric set feature and calculated at the server, not by visualisations. States have thus an aggregator, which by default is Sum. It means that if you have a constant of 0.6 (60%), the level higher in the hierarchy will check against twice this (so 120%) and so on.
To change this, you just need to change the aggregator. For a constant, you could use min, max or average, they would all give the same value, which is the one you expect.