Here, in the left, narrower part of the screen, is a row of images showing the nervous system and brain seen from different points of view. You select the image you want to examine by left-clicking on it or on its name.
You can then turn off and light the different parts of the image just as you want with the help of different headings and name lists.
In front of the headings and/or name lists, there is a box, which if "checked" (click with the left mouse button) activates the heading or name list. If a list of names contains multiple entries, it is preceded by an arrowhead (>). To open a list of names, click the arrow header. The arrowhead then rotates and points down (v), and the list has unfolded. At the top and bottom of the list you have the option to turn all the list names on or off. Note that this only works if the list has previously been enabled (the box before the list name must be "checked").
There are two list types here:
1/ lists related to the brain dissections (photographs). Here, boxes are missing in front of the structure names. If you point to a name in the list, the corresponding area/structure lights up in the photo. The area/structure also lights up when you point to it in the photo and its name is printed in the top black bar. If you click on the name in the list or on the illuminated part of the photo, a fact box will appear in the left column.
2/ lists in connection with the cartoon images. Each name in the list is preceded by a tickable box. If you check the box, the texture/color disappears in the image, if you check the box, the structure appears. If you point to a colored structure in the image, its name appears at the top of the frame's black bar.
By clicking on a name in the list or on part of the image, a current fact box will appear. You can return to the image list at any time and select a new image.
To move the image in the large screen field, click (left mouse button) on the arrows in the arrow cross that are at the top of the black bar.
You can also position the pointer anywhere in the large screen field, press the Alt key (the pointer changes to one hand), and hold it down while you move the pointer around with the mouse. You change the magnification by clicking on the magnifying glasses that are up in the black bar. Plus = increase. Square = default.
You can also change the magnification (now in large increments) by right-clicking in the large screen field and then clicking "Zoom in" or "Zoom out" in the menu that appears in the large image field.
A third way to change the magnification is to place the cursor in the large screen field, hold down the Ctrl key (the cursor arrow turns into a magnifying glass with + in it) and click in the image with the left. mouse button. At the same time, hold down the Ctrl and Shift keys (- in the magnifying glass) and click in the image with left. Mouse button reduced the image!