Annotation differences can be complete frames, or one or more frame elements within a frame. Annotation differences are highlighted by different colors as can be seen in Figures 9 and 10. One color displays the annotation of one annotator, the second color displays the annotation of the second annotator. The default colors for highlighting differences can be user-defined in the EditPreferences menu. Note that single underspecified FEs are marked by a blue role label. This color can also be customized.
The currently active pieces of the annotation divergences can be approved (CorpusAccept, or ctrl-j) or rejected (CorpusDiscard, or ctrl-n). Once the acceptance or rejection is processed, the color of the annotation changes, and the tool jumps to the next annotation divergence within this sentence, again highlighting the active choice. This automatic continuation can be switched off by selecting 'Ask before switching...' in EditPreferences.
Once the adjudicator clicks on some non-active annotation object (node or arc), the acceptance/rejection feature is inactive again. It will be activated again by pressing Ctrl-d (or chosing Find Next Difference).