This special mode displays 4 rows below the sequence containing the likelihood of each base character.
Each row consists of two rows of digits displayed in the same color (which actually is the color normally used for displaying the appropriate base character). The upper of these two rows is the first, the lower the second digit of the likelihood. [You may like to use the cursor to simplify reading]
Special character used:

SPACE = likelihood is 20%
^ = likelihood is 100%
? = can't determine likelihood for that column
Background colors used:  Normally the normal background color is used.
If a column has a significant likelihood for one base character (or for the sum of two base characters), all four rows are displayed in color 'Range 0'.
[significance is 90% (hardcoded)  will be made utilizable soon]
The single (or two) base character(s) responsive for the significance will be displayed in colors 'Range 1' to 'Range 8' (the higher the Rangenumber is, the higher is the likelihood)
