Some checks may be based on design guidelines but are not strictly required for successful production. In this case some checks may have an exception allowed.

An example of this is image resolution. Every good designer knows the value of using high resolution images, especially for print, however in some circumstances it is not possible to source a truly high resolution version of an important image.

In this case, and if allowed by the Admin User when setting up the checklist, it may be possible to mark a low resolution image as an acceptable exception.

In this case, to keep track of these allowed exceptions they are listed at the bottom of the results table.

Running the GreenLight check with exception allowed will disregard the resolution of images already marked as OK.