Okay, so where I work we manually create "versions" of Word docs and spreadsheets as we collaborate on them with our colleagues. Here's an example workflow.
File.doc //First version, created by me. I send it to my boss. It comes back with replies and questions.
File 2.doc //Return from my boss with her replies and questions.
File 3.doc //My reply to my boss.
File 4.doc //My reply to my boss.
If a file name ends in a number (such as a date) we use letters instead of numbers, as in:
File 9 January 2019.doc //First version, created by me. I send it to my boss. It comes back with replies and questions.
File 9 January 2019 B.doc //Return from my boss with her replies and questions.
File 9 January 2019 C.doc //My reply to my boss.
File 9 January 2019 D.doc //My reply to my boss.
Using Opus, I would like to colorize (in a lister) all but the latest version of a doc/docx or xls/xlsx file. I'd like the file names of the older "versions" of a versioned file be a certain shade of gray. This way I'm less likely to accidentally edit an old version (something we almost never want to do) and I can also more easily find the latest version.
One directory could contain multiple different groups of unrelated versioned files.
When there's just one file (no version of that file with a " 2" or higher or " b" or higher name), then that non-versioned file is the latest version and would its name would be normal (black characters).
Is there any way to do this in Opus?