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Visual Annotation in the Timeline view

If you used the Visual Annotate feature to add images to the capture data, those images appear as a chart in the Timeline view so that you track the visuals of your application with the chart data.

Figure 6-43 Visual annotation in the Timeline view

Visual annotation in the Timeline view

Rows in the charts view that contain images can be re-ordered in the same way as the other charts. But rows containing images have a few unique properties:

  • Hovering your mouse over the images in a visual annotation chart shows you the image for the current position of the mouse. If there is more than one image in the twenty bin range covered by each thumbnail pictured in a visual annotation chart, Streamline uses the first image from the range. Moving the mouse over that thumbnail reveals the other annotated images in that twenty bin range. Up to five images can be shown per bin if the data is dense enough. This means that an image section can contain as many as 100 images as you mouse over it.
  • Hover over an image in the Timeline view and two red markers appear above and below the image. The red markers show you in which bin your code produced the current image. Move the mouse right and left and these markers move each time you move to a new image. Press SPACE while hovering over an image to see a full size version of that image.

    Figure 6-44 Hovering over an image in the Timeline view

    Hovering over an image in the Timeline view

  • Blue markers above and below images mark images annotated with text. Hover over a blue marker and the text associated with that image appears above the upper marker.

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