The remark tag tool
Adding a remark code to a mark means attributing the meaning of that code to the mark. Remark codes are numbers or combinations of letters and digits that represent different noteworthy remarks to an object – typically different kinds of faults or damages. Each code has a short description in one or more languages. The most common way to use remark codes is in the form of codesets which are lists of codes that you load into the object file when creating it or at any time thereafter.
A remark tag can contain several remark codes and there is also no limit to the number of remark tags that you can have in a single mark. Selecting the remark tag tool opens a menu where you can select the remark codes you wish to add. If you only want to add a single code then you can select one from the remark codesets that have been included in the object file or from the list of previously used codes that are not in the codesets (the Other remark codes option). You can also choose to create a new custom remark code if none of the existing codes match your needs.
Placing the remark tag in the view is as simple as tapping on the location where you want it. If you wish you may place the same tag in several locations by tapping several times.
If you want to place a tag with multiple remark codes then click the Select multiple codes option which will bring up a window for creating a list of codes. To add a code to the list, click the Add button which brings up a menu very similar to the one described above. When you have finished compiling the list, click OK.