Much like diffs, portions of images can be reviewed. This is useful when presenting screenshots of a new dialog, for example, where the design and layout of the dialog is as important as the code constructing it.
To begin reviewing an image file, just click the thumbnail for the file attachment on the review request page.
Reading Existing Comments¶
When your mouse cursor is over the image, regions representing other comments may appear with blue number boxes in the corner. Each of these is a comment someone has made on another review.
If you move the mouse cursor over the region, a tooltip will appear showing a summary of the comments made.
If you click on the region, the comment dialog will appear, along with a blue side panel on the left showing those existing comments. You can still write new comments in the green area of the comment box.
It’s important to note that this is meant to be used as a reference to see if other people have already said what you plan to say. The comment box is not the place to reply to those comments. Instead, you can click the Reply link next to the particular comment, which will take you back to the review request page and open a reply box.