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You can visualize the effects of profiled content in Author mode by using the options in the Profiling/Conditional Text drop-down menu that is located on toolbar. This drop-down menu includes the following filtering options:

Show Profiling Colors and Styles
Select this option to show colors and styles for profiled content in Author mode. You can configure the colors and styles or specify whether or not this option is selected by default in the Profiling/Conditional Text > Colors and Styles preferences page.
Show Profiling Attributes
Select this option to display the values of the profiling attributes at the end of profiled content in Author mode. You can specify whether or not this option is selected by default in the Profiling/Conditional Text > Attributes Rendering preferences page.
Show Excluded Content
Controls whether the content filtered out by a particular condition set is hidden or grayed-out in Author mode and the Outline view. When this option is selected and a condition set is selected in this drop-down menu, the filtered content is grayed-out. If this option is not selected and a condition set is selected in this drop-down menu, the filtered content is hidden. You can specify whether or not this option is selected by default in the Profiling/Conditional Text preferences page.
Choose Condition Set (Available if more than 15 condition sets are defined)
This option is available if you have more than 15 conditions sets defined. It opens a dialog box that makes it easier to find and select condition sets that are not displayed in this drop-down menu.
List of Defined Condition Sets
Up to 15 defined condition sets are listed and you can toggle each one of them on to filter the content in Author mode to only show content that will appear in the output for that particular condition set. If there are more than 15 defined condition sets, the rest of them can be accessed in the More submenu or by using the Choose Condition Set option to access a dialog box that presents all of them.
Profiling Settings
Opens the Profiling/Conditional Text preferences page where you can add and edit profiling attributes and condition sets.

Figure: Example: Filtering Profiled Content in Author Mode

If the Show Profiling Attributes option is selected, a green border is painted around profiled text in the Author mode. Also, all profiling attributes set on the current element are listed at the end of the highlighted block and in its tooltip message. To edit the attributes of a profiled fragment, click one of the listed attribute values. A form control pops up and allows you to add or remove attribute values.

Figure: Profiling Attribute Value Form Control Pop Up