Hi, it's me again. Can you provide some tips for getting these right?
"Several dark spots are not moving throughout the image. Hard to see through the fluorescence." For me, not just hard but impossible. How do you see through the fluorescence to detect dark spots?
"No black spots are seen flowing through this vessel. Therefore, it is considered to be stalled." I see no black spots at all - the image through all the screens looks like unbroken blood flow. What are you seeing that I can't see?
"This vessel is empty, there is no visible flow throughout." The blood flow is definitely visible to me, or does the white stream mean something else?
Reading caprarom's comment that he's been at the top of the skill bar is discouraging, as I never get further than 2/3 and almost always 1/2 or lower. I assume this means that I'm probably getting 1/3 or more of the non-calibration movies wrong, and that isn't good enough. Presently i've seen stalls in only 13% of the movies, which seems low. I want to do better but could use some advice.
The points system adds to the fun - thought I might catch Donna and caprarom last weekend but they've really taken off. Three cheers to them. But the scores can be puzzling. Sometimes I get 400 points for catching a stall, sometimes 4000; sometimes flowing earns me 300 points, sometimes 1000. Can you say what gives, or is it a trade secret?
Speaking of secrets, it would be interesting and possibly even helpful to see more than just the point scores of the other participants. What do the others think?