Errors or deviations
An automated proof reader finds deviations between a reference and a sample. We do our best to make the software "intelligent" to just provide you with deviations that cannot automatically be recognized as sampling or usual printing effects. But to decide if this deviation is really an error with consequences is still up to human intelligence. The software just helps to direct the attention to the relevant parts and visualize and document the differences. The user is the one to decide what to do with it. Therefor we differentiate between errors and deviations and initially give all deviations the state "unhandled". The user can then decide, whether the deviation is acceptable or whether it is a true error.