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Working With Visual Difference
The Visual Difference tool is a graphical application that allows you to compare revisions. It offers two-way differencing of revisions where differences are highlighted for you. Visual Difference operates in two modes, difference mode and merge mode. You must be in merge mode to merge revisions in Visual Difference.
Members must be checked out before you can merge them.
You can configure the character encoding used to display the revision contents in the tool.
Changing character encoding during the merge operation is not supported. A confirmation message notifies you that the current merge result will be lost if you continue with the character encoding change.
Merging Two Revisions
Merging Blocks
Editing Merge Results
Reverting Merge Results
Saving Merge Results