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What is a <diff/>tag?

At its most basic, a <diff/>tag is a drawing created using the drawing tools on difftag.com. There are many other types of <diff/>tags you can create, however, and they are all created in the same way. Here are some of the types of <diff/>tags you can create:

To create a <diff/>tag, click "<diff/>tag" or "Draw Mode" from the <diff/>tag drop-down menu above. A set of drawing tools will appear at the bottom of the page. Place your mouse over each tool to find out more about it, and how to use it. If you want to save your work, make sure you are logged in before you begin. At any time, you can click "Save" from the "File" menu in the drawing toolbar. It will ask for a name for your <diff/>tag if you are saving for the first time. Just fill out a name and click "OK." Each time you draw a shape after saving for the first time, it will be saved automatically. It's a good idea to save your <diff/>tag the first time before you even begin to draw, so that nothing will be lost.

For more information on and examples of other types of <diff/>tags listed above, please visit the Home Page, and click each option.

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