I had this thought while i was working on a shop drawing that every drawing is like a software program, they call out a detail with a code and that code needs to be addressed somewhere on that page or on the set of sheets otherwise it wouldn’t make any sense. Just like how functions work in programming languages.
Scenario : You have 5 types of trim profile and 5 finishes, you mark them as TR1 - TR5 and WD-1 to WD-2, what if checkout had a way to automatically highlight that this call out code name is not described or assigned to a description.
When dealing with so many details especially in large shop drawings, we often forget to one or two. A simple highlight in BLUE will definitely assure that our drawings are going out perfectly.