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How to annotate an image
To annotate an image, you must have a "My McCord" account.
An annotation is a descriptive text that may be superimposed over a specific part of an image.
Creating your annotations:
- Click on the "Add new annotation" icon located in the bar above the image. A new window will open with a red box at the centre of the image.
- Re-position and re-size the box using the arrows to frame the part of the image you wish to annotate.
- Write your text in the box provided and click on "Save".
- The new text will be displayed in the description section after the screen is refreshed.
Accessing your annotations:
- Click on the box superimposed over the image. A new window containing your annotations will open.
- Move your mouse over the box to display the text.
- You may hide your annotations at any time by clicking on the icon provided.
Editing your annotations:
- Click on the box superimposed over the image or on the "Full screen" icon located in the bar above the image. A new window will open. At the centre of the image will be a red box.
- Double click on the inside of the red box to open the editing window and make the desired changes.