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Worship Flow Dividers

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Dividers are often useful for grouping parts of the worship together.  As of version 5.5.2.0, worship planners can create customized dividers, selecting the desired text and background color. 

divider-closeup.pngTo create a divider, open the "Element Types" panel in the worship flow and click the "Add new element type / flow divider" button.  Select the "Flow Divider" option and enter the divider name.  Change the background color by clicking the "Color" choose (the default is gray).  Click the check icon when done.

Once a dividers are created in the "Element Type" panel on the left side of the worship flow, they can be dragged into the worship flow just like an element.  After they are placed in the worship flow, they can be moved around in the same way that elements are moved around.  Dividers act as independent elements, and moving a divider around will not result in each of its "child" elements to move with it.

Divider colors can be changed by clicking the edit "pencil" icon in the left hand "Element Types" panel.  Note that you may need to refresh your screen for the change to be reflected in the worship flow.

If you delete a divider from the left-hand "Element Types" panel, that divider WILL NOT be removed from any worship flow that used the deleted divider.  However, it will no longer be a divider that you can drag into a service.

Divider text and colors will appear any place the worship flow is displayed, including printouts, publicly shared worship flows, and MyWP (for Helpers to see).

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    Najla Murray

    I just attempted this.

    I thought it was a great idea, as I have team members that highlight songs and other elements to draw attention to them. Unfortunately, even though up until the print preview page, they were in color, they did not print in color and they look just like an element (time=0:00), rather than a heading. Not sure if I'm doing something wrong??

    The picture attached is exactly how it was printed. (Yup, I am printing in color) :)



    Edited by Najla Murray
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    Tom Metz

    Hi Najla.  Thanks for reporting this to us.  We are investigating and will post back shortly with with our findings (and hopefully that it is fixed).

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    Tom Metz

    The issue should now be resolved.  Check it out and let us know if you have any more issues.

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    Najla Murray

    Thank you. It is fixed!

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