At the bottom of the Toolbar of AKVIS MakeUp, there are three buttons which let you choose how the Image Window will look like and arrange the Before and After tabs.
- The button provides the standard image window mode with two tabs: Before and After.
- The buttons and divide the main window into two parts, vertically or horizontally, respectively. The original and processed images become partially visible and the tabs are combined to form the whole picture.
With this arrangement, it's possible to drag the splitter changing the aspect ratio between the Before and After parts.
- The buttons and split the main window into two parts, vertically or horizontally, as well. However, in contrast to the previous option, the windows display the same fragment of the image before and after processing.
Note: Use two windows side by side when you want to see and compare the original and processed versions of an image fragment on one screen. If you would rather see the final image as a whole, you can choose the standard image view mode.