After a graphics inspection is run, the Inspection panel appears. Differences between the Master and Sample images can be viewed and reviewed, with the ability to assign levels and comments to each difference.
 
The Flash panel displays to the right of the Report (Sample) panel and lets you view the differences overlaid on one another.

1. Navigating differences

Click the Previous or Next arrow to navigate between differences, each of which will be zoomed in on in both panels.

2. Assigning levels

Click on the Level drop-down list once a difference is selected to access the pre-defined options and select one.

3. Assigning comments

Click on the Comment drop-down list once a difference is selected to access the pre-defined options and select one.

To create a custom comment, simply type it in the text box. 

4. Navigating between pages

Click the Previous Page or Next Page arrow when applicable to navigate between pages in the Master or Report panels. 

On the Flash panel, click the drop-down arrow to display a different page than the one selected.

5. Zooming in/ out

Click the + or - to zoom in or out of the image in the Flash panel.

6. Switching between images

If you want to see only the Master file, click Master on the top-left corner of the Flash panel. 

If you want to see only the Sample file, click Sample instead. 

Click Difference to see only the differences. 

Click Flash to resume Flash mode.

7. Maximizing the Flash panel

Maximize displays the Flash panel in a separate browser window.

8. Pop Out/ In the Flash panel

Pop Flash Out expands the Flash panel into a separate browser window, dedicating the main browser window to just the Master and Sample panels. Closing the Flash window and clicking Pop Flash In in the same location restores the original view.

9. Hide/ Show Master panel

Click Hide Master to devote the Inspection panel to the Sample and Flash panels. Once it is hidden, click Show Master to restore the original view.

10. Hide/ Show Sample panel

Click Hide Sample to devote the Inspection panel to the Master and Flash panels. Once it is hidden, click Show Sample to restore the original view.

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