I've had a look through quite a few historical posts on this but can't find one with a definitive answer.
Specifically within a note, I am aware you can add a 'Basic' dim box by using the @[ and @] either side of the text to surround it in a box.
Is there an equivalent way of doing this in a note with the Inspection box/obround (a box with rounded corners)?
Nothing that I know can do this. What we've been forced to do, which is really annoying, is to actually sketch the oval-shaped outline around the text of interest. Really inconvenient when you want to change the text, but it looks okay.
Nope. You can add and inspection obround when using a dimension but there is no direct option for adding it to a note.
You could make a symbol to add to a note.
This should be submitted as a product idea.
Any special dimensioning 'characters' should be available to be used in a note.
After doing some digging, here is a product suggestion for which you can vote.
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