Yes, that should be no problem. At Advanced - Configuration - File Tabs - Colors you can enable coloring of the file tabs and specify which color should be used for which file. What most users don't know is that not just *.extension can be specified. It is possible to use any file specification using wildcards and the order is also taken into account.
For example if the first color is used for Dlg*.cpp, the second color for *Frame.cpp, the third color for *View.cpp and the fourth color for *.cpp the file tabs of my C++ source files for dialogs are colored with the first color, the file tabs of frames source files are colored with the second color, the file tabs of views source files are colored with third color and all other C++ source files use the fourth color.
Of course you can use also specify complete file names without any wildcard character.