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  1. Right click and move the mouse can change the contrast and brightness of the image.
  2. Right and left click simultaneously and move the mouse can enlarge or minimise the image.
  3. After the image has been enlarged to where some labels are lying outside the view, left click and move the mouse to move the image to show the hidden area.
  4. If internet speed is not fast enough, please use the wheel of the mouse to scroll from the first image to the last image. Wait for a short while for all the images to download and once download is complete, viewing of the images will be smooth.
  5. The display bar above the image :
    • “ ↑↓ ” button will flip the image vertically.
    • “ ⇄ ” button will flip the image horizontally.
    • “ + “ button will enlarge the image.
    • “ – “ button will minimise the image.
    • “ Square ” button : only shows labellings within the square.
    • “ ◐ “ button will help to change the contrast and brightness of the image.
    • “Display” button : has three modes that changes by clicking over the button :
      1. “display” – showing content,
      2. “quiz” – anatomy is hidden and will appear when the pointer is over the “name bar”.
      3. “hidden” – all labellings are hidden.
    • “ All “ button has three modes that change by clicking over the button :
      1. “all” -- shows all labels
      2. “top” -- shows top third labels
      3. “middle” -- shows mid labels
      4. “bottom” -- shows lower third labels
    • “ Structures ” button will select the group or groups of anatomy that will be displayed. Some labels are not displayed when images and labellings are first loaded. These hidden anatomies have to be selected in this button to view.
    • “ English “ button will let you select different languages.
    • “ Search “ will allow for search of available structure in the set of images.
    • “ Rainbow ” button : the adjacent anatomies and lines will change into different colours when this button is being selected so that adjacent anatomies are more visible from each other. The original colours will reappear when selecting this button again.
  6. Click on OMCSA to return to the home page. Click on the browser’s “back” button to return to the previous page.
  7. Click on the “member’s name” located on top right to enter into member’s account details.