How can I get a unified git diff in Visual Studio Code?

VS Code has a nice built-in Git interface, but it defaults to side-by-side file comparison/diff. Is there a way to switch to unified colored mode?

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    The official view is a side by side one

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    But the VSCode Tips page mentions

    Inline view

    Toggle inline view by clicking more button in the top right.

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