The Navigator is a condensed form of the main waveform that is always zoomed to fit the entire capture of the pages in focus. It facilitates waveform navigation by providing an overview of the entire acquisition and a tool for quick movement between distant parts of the acquisition. The Navigator is synchronized with the main waveform so users can shift the waveform focus from one part of the acquisition to another simply by clicking in the Navigator.
A light blue frame (in the left part of Figure 1) in the Navigator indicates which part of the waveform that is in focus; this frame naturally changes size when zooming as it is inverse proportional to the zoom rate. Four signals are shown at a time; scroll up or down to focus on other channels.
The Navigator is show by default under the waveform area in the Secondary Display area; see Figure 1.