5.12 Visual Annotation in the Timeline view
If you use the Visual Annotate feature to add images to the capture data, those images appear as a chart in the Timeline view so that you can track the visuals of your application with the chart data.
Figure 5-43 Visual annotation in the Timeline view
Visual annotation charts can be re-ordered in the same way as the other
charts, but they have a few unique properties:
If there is more than one image in the time period covered by a
thumbnail in the chart, Streamline displays the first image from the range.
Hovering your mouse over the thumbnail displays the image at the current mouse
position. Moving the mouse over the thumbnail reveals the other annotated images
in that range.
Yellow or blue markers at the top and bottom of the chart identify the time
bins in which your code produced each image. Yellow markers indicate that the
annotation contains text in addition to the image. Blue markers indicate that
there is no additional text. Hover over an image in the Timeline view and the markers at the cursor
position turn red to identify the time bin of the image currently being
Left-click while hovering over an image and the Details panel switches to
Images mode to show an enlarged version
of the image. Left click and drag the mouse left or right to view an animation
of the images in the Details panel.
Hover over a red marker to display an overlay that contains the timestamp
and, if present, the text annotation associated with the image.