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  1. #1
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    Solved How to make Channel Headings [spacer]

    In the First side of teamspeak, you can see an example server with various Channel-Headings looking e.g. like this " ~~~~~~~Games~~~~~~~~" ...

    My question, how can i do such headings?

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    Hello

    I guess it's a "spacer" : Right click on server name > Create Spacer
    In your case, I guess the spacer name is [cspacer0]~~~~~~~Games~~~~~~~~

    More information about spacer channel :
    Quote Originally Posted by changelog
    * Added channel spacers: Use "[?Spacer#]Text" to add one. Where "?" can
    be an alignment (r = right, c = center, l = left). If "*" is used, all chars
    after the spacer-tag will be repeated until the whole line is filled. Change
    "#" to get an unique channel name, the value doesn't matter.
    Example: [cSpacer0]a centered text, [rSpacer1]a right aligned text.
    Check also the five special spacer: "---,...,-.-,___,--.".

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    THX a lot!

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    Channel dividers/separators

    In the teamspeak 3 promo video they have these cool dividers between channel groups that look like of like this:

    ~~~~~Games~~~~~


    How can I do that on my server?


    screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/XDQVk.png

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    Last edited by florian_fr40; December 1st, 2011 at 08:22 AM.

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    Question Channeltitle: How do i do that ?

    Hey guys,

    can so explain to me how u creat a channel with the following name ?


    eg:
    --------------------------- Welcome ------------------------

    I just got how u make just a lane full with --- in a spacer but i want the uppon written channel name.
    Can so tell me how that works ?
    Thanks

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    Post #2 explains it.

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    well tx to this move but thats not what im looking for.
    Maybe i didnt describe it well so i try again.


    Id like to have the line to the border of the window so it uses the full width indipendent from the width of the window.

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    [cspacer0]~~~~~~~Welcome~~~~~~~
    This is a way to get such a channelname

    [*cspacer0]~~~~~~~Welcome~~~~~~~ < does not work here, because everything after the spacer take does repeat until the line is full
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    [cspacer0]~~~~~~~Welcome~~~~~~~ doesnt work.
    it posts "~~~~~~~Welcome~~~~~~~" in the mid but the ~ stops on half way to the borders.
    And ts dont let me put more letters in the channel name....

    and i use the newest server and client version.

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    I made a screenshot and attached it.
    In the red marked area the ~ is missing, id like to fill the red area too.
    is that possible ?
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    You can't fill it with words as said above.
    * can be used for symbols only. Repeating words look ugly.
    Last edited by dante696; July 10th, 2012 at 01:30 PM.
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    so its just "~~~~~~~Welcome~~~~~~~" this or "--------------------------------------------------------------" this posible ?
    In that case tx to u for help. Would be great if this was possible.

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    [*cspacer0]-
    Would fill the space with "--------------------------------------------------------------------------------"


    Example 2
    [*cspacer0]-~#
    "-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#-~#"
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    ok but its not possible to put a word in the center of this rows right ?

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    No > Since post 7
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    Solution

    Hey,

    I understand what you are trying to say to these final gentlemen trying to help you. And I think I have the answer to your problem. You are trying to fill the whole line with "--------" and contain the word "Welcome" in the middle? Correct? So like - "----------Welcome-------".

    And I can positively inform you that there is no such way to fill the whole line. Instead, why not try what I do with my teamspeak servers? And place a spacer with "-------" (so [*spacer0]---) above and below the word welcome which you can centre by typing "[cspacer0]Welcome".

    An example of this from my current teamspeak server: https://gyazo.com/09f70a9998787672ef3865ac30721a4d

    It is a neat and efficient way to seperate areas within your teamspeak. I hope this helped!

    Dusty

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