Resultant zone averages/sums (or min/max peaks of those) are fed into a gradient component that allows you to set your own colors. Mr.Comfy by default calculates the gradient lower and upper limits from the current results data stream . You can, of course, specify your own bounds or use the visualization_bounds_mode (1) override, which will generate bounds from a different range as the currently set reporting range. This is covered in detail in the “Visualization bounds” section. Daylight color mapping works identically to the thermal mapping functionality.
In the packaged script, both zone results data streams as well as the peak mode time stamp output are plugged in as customizable tag components and displayed at each visualization surface centroid. I recommend you keep the values in plain sight, as only colors can be a bit misleading.