Colors Associated with a Patron Account

You may have noticed the box of color that surrounds a patron name within their account. This is a list of the meanings behind these colors along with screenshots to help you familiarize yourself with the colors.ImageGreen – All Good-There are no issues with this account.ImageOrange – Fines and/or Overdue Items-Patron has some fines or overdue items—below the maximum. Please note the (Has Bills) notation under the name.ImagePurple – Maximum Fines/Bills plus Maximum Overdues-Please note the (Maximum Bills) and (Has Bills) notations under the name, as well as the Purple color of the word “Maximum Bills” below it.ImageTurquoise – A Message has been placed on the account.-Please note the notation under the name. You can see a full description about the Message by clicking on the “Messages” tab within the patron account. The “Bills” Orange color supercedes this.ImageYellow – There is an Alert on the account.-Please note the (Alert) notation under the name and the yellow highlighted alert message in the box below that one. The alert color is displayed even if there are fines on the account. So be conscious of that.ImageGray – The account is Expired.-Please see the (Expired) notation under the patron name. If an account is both Expired and In-Active, the Gray color will be seen.ImageBlack – The account is In-Active.-Please see the (In-Active) notation under the patron name.ImageRed – The account is Barred.-Please note the (Barred) notation under the name. It is recommended that an alert message is placed on a barred account to describe the problem and the solution. The Barred Red color will supersede any other alert colors attached to the account. (adapted from Evergreen Indiana)

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