What happened to the HTML validator at https://validator.w3.org?

I used to rely on detailed reports, generated by the W3C html validator service.  Now it seems they have revised their system, and it generates only an abbreviated statement, such as "there are errors"  or "Missing schema", with no guidance or details.   Either I'm overlooking the way to use their new site, or I need something like they formerly offered.  Please advise.
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ddantesAuthor Commented:
No, I overlooked that.   Now it is providing the detail which is helpful.  However, I find the site takes more effort.  Anyhow, it will fulfill my requirements.  Thank you!
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