You can: use the Current Diff command (the square button between the up and down arrows).If the current diff is off the screen because you clicked on it and scrolled up a bit, then you are unable to get back to it using the arrows.
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Yup, sorry I just figured this out as you were replying. I believe that does take care of this particular issue. Dunno why I never clicked on that square!
Regarding my original issue.. I am wondering if you know what it is about your Diff versus the one I currently use that makes it so mine does do what I need. Like, if I wanted to explain to someone about that particular feature, does it have a name? Is it due to ExamDiff being line based?
Just for comparison, here is how our current Diff program shows that exact same change in my previous screenshot:
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Yes, EDP is, like most diff tools, a line-based utility. I think "ignoring line breaks" is a fine way to describe your feature. What tool are you using that does this?
I added some info in my post above. Its actually just the diff program that came with our code repository software, Sourcegear Vault.
I guess im not sure what you mean by file fragment. They are just .html files. I scrubbed them a bit and zipped them up and attached them if you would like to look at them yourself.