I'm talking about how, in MS7, within a cue; specifically a lyric cue, the most useful text-based function was that you could insert token items that would show you, on the stage display, the header/name info of the current page inside the cue, as well as the info of the next page inside the cue. This effectively created a system where a musician (or pastor) could read the text of the current page, as well as the name of the page above it, and below would see the name of the next page, as well as the first line of text from that next page. It would pull this info in automatically. That feature is gone entirely to my knowledge for lyric cues, but was the most useful feature of the Stage Display for us. To create that many text boxes and manually type in that much information would take weeks if not more.
Next, the lyric library tool from MS6 has become completely replaced by a sterile collection of text in MS7. It previously would store formatting, page-breaking, backgrounds and all sorts of other things within the lyric cue. It would also inform you of whether or not your current lyric cue matched the version stored within the lyrics database/library. Now in order to save a lyric cue I have to save it to a totally different cue library tool, that doesn't actually let me know whether I'm saving over something different or the same, it just asks me every time if I want to replace what's existing. It also had templates you could apply to the entire lyric cue, but those have no been replaced by individual templates for every single element of the cue for main and stage displays. HUGE step backwards overall with this tool, and makes it impossible to have multiple computers synced over a network to one lyric library.
Also, the Liturgy library tool has disappeared entirely, and for no apparent reason. The amount of manual typing of those liturgies is not something I will be redoing with no option for import or export between MS6 and MS7.
Lastly, no more 'Pack' function? Where did this go? We have an entire Winter Youth seminar going on this whole weekend and literally the only reason that is successful is because of our ability to pack every one of their MS6 scripts for use in an area that has no internal network connections.
Overall I'm disappointed that it seems like you added in a bunch of flashy GUI and layer-editing tools, while removing everything that made the software work for us.
Does this make sense to you now? Have you actually used both MS6 and MS7?