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  1. #16
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    Can anyone point me to information that could help me get creative with my spacers?

    I wanted to make a change to the looks of my Teamspeak but I don't know how to do some of the things I've found online. For example, how do I create spacers that look like this?

    http://forum.teamspeak.com/attachmen...7&d=1354237433

    Thanks. Any other tips of setting up a good looking Teamspeak would be really appreciated. My Teamspeak is very crowded.
    Last edited by dante696; August 4th, 2016 at 01:01 PM. Reason: merged

  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by imWheat View Post
    I wanted to make a change to the looks of my Teamspeak but I don't know how to do some of the things I've found online. For example, how do I create spacers that look like this?

    http://forum.teamspeak.com/attachmen...7&d=1354237433

    Thanks. Any other tips of setting up a good looking Teamspeak would be really appreciated. My Teamspeak is very crowded.
    Whoever manages the server in question, used spacers and "alt key code symbols" to achieve these effects.

    How to create spacers
    - Create a new or edit an existing channel
    - Start the channel name with [xspacer]
    ├ [lspacer] = Channel Name aligned left
    ├ [cspacer] = Channel Name centred
    ├ [rspacer] = Channel Name aligned right
    └ [*spacer] = Anything after will be repeated to fill the whole width of the tree view. Works with multiple symbols and text.
    = [xspacer] is followed by whatever text and/or symbols you want to display in your spacer
    - Example: [lspacer]This spacer is aligned to the left
    - Example: [*spacer]╦╩

    Important: If you want to use several spacers with the same name or the same pattern you need to give the spacer unique names to avoid the error "channel name is already in use". To do that, you simply add (a) character(s) after spacer.
    - Example: [xspacer0] - [xspacer999], [xspacerA] - [xspacerZZZ]

    How to use symbols in the Channel Name (Windows)
    - Scroll to "Windows Accessories" in the start menu and open "Character Map", or search with a search engine for "Alt Codes"
    - Search for symbols you want to use, double-click them, or press "Select", and press "Copy"
    - Edit your channel of choice, highlight the "Name" text box and paste the symbol
    - Example: [cspacer]╦ ╩ ▀ ═ • ▪ ◄ ►

    Example screenshot: https://i.sli.mg/Rowtmy.png

    General tips
    - Keep it as clear and intuitive as possible
    - Keep it organised and categorised
    └ New users and guests should be able to orientate themselves in the server as fast as possible
    └ Have a "natural" flow within the channel sorting. Something like "Lobby -> Public Area -> Member Area -> Admin Area -> AFK Area" will help the user to find their way around
    Last edited by Brady_The; August 4th, 2016 at 06:01 PM. Reason: Added further information by Chris. Thank you.

  3. #18
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    Thanks

    Thanks for your help. I do have another question though. How do I get the spacers to reach entirely across like the example I posted? When I do it it looks like this.

    http://imgur.com/a/hWSoW

  4. #19
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    name it [*spacer]-
    the stuff after the ] will be repeated however many times necessary to fill the width.
    When sending PMs please make sure to include a reference link to the thread in question in the body of your message.

  5. #20
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    Thanks

    Thanks so much Chris. I really appreciate it.

  6. #21
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    How to add spacers

    I think this question is kinda dumb but im new using teamspeak server and I was wondering how can you add the kind of spacers ppl use on ther servers, not sure if they are called spacers that's why I upload a picture to describe it better it says

    ~~~~~~~~~ GAMES ~~~~~~~

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    Last edited by dante696; December 15th, 2016 at 07:26 AM. Reason: merged, see post #2

  7. #22
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    using cspacer

    is there a way to use the cspacer to make a line of hearts going across is there away to do that

  8. #23
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    This was answered in post 12, 17 & 19

    [*spacer]♥
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  9. #24
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    This is an example of what I did:

    (*spacer0)____
    (cspacer1)WELCOME
    (*spacer2)____
    (cspacer3)LOBBIES
    (*spacer4)____
    (cspacer5)FARMING UNLIMITED
    (*spacer6)____
    (spacer7)FLIGHT UNLIMITED
    (*cspacer8)____
    (cspacer9)MODDING UNLIMITED
    (*spacer10)____
    (cspacer11)TRUCKING UNLIMITED

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