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    Revision schedule

    Hello to everyone,

    I was woundering if I can add parameters like the ones that are named "issued by:" and "issued to" shown in the picture "Revision table". By adding this parameters I want to achieve a result that is similar to the table with the name "Revision table Jetsj".

    best regards
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    You can't add anything to a Revision Schedule. What comes Out Of The Box is all you can do.
    You request has been in the Wish List for a long time.
    Go here
    https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/revit.../idi-p/6666487
    to vote up the Revit Idea

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    Edit the TTLB familiy, select the Rev Schd in the PB, in the Properties Palette select "Fields", add those parameters & adjust the widths where it's placed. Reload it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cftrevizo View Post
    Edit the TTLB familiy, select the Rev Schd in the PB, in the Properties Palette select "Fields", add those parameters & adjust the widths where it's placed. Reload it.
    Except that you can't add any parameters to a Revision Schedule

    My apologies. I guess I read the original post wrong. I thought you wanted to add your own parameters, which you can not do.
    If you just want to add the "Issued by" and "Issued to" fields that are already there, then, yes cftrevizo is correct.

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    ....those "own parameters" thou, they can be added to the TTLB family as a Label with the parameter tied to the Sheet category with Yes/No parameters for visibility. More work with mgmt of it, but doable that way too, but highly not recommended unless some client/project requirement gives you no other "Easy Button" way (& or if it's a cluster any other way) to do it in a more "automated" way.

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    What is the TTLB family. I never seen that one, also , by what I understood the parameters that I am going to create are going to appear at the sheet properties menu, is that correct?

    @DaveP, Whta I am in fact trying to create are my own parameters... these cannot be done?

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    TTLB = TiTLeBlock

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    TTLB = Title Block Family

    And now I have to rescind my apology. Guess I DID read it correctly.

    So I return to my post #2. You cannot add your own parameters to a Revision Schedule.

    (Oops, guess I never hit Send. What MP said)

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    @PPRATICIO

    You could use "Issued to" & or the "Issued from" parameters & rename the Headers (in the Format Tab of the settings) to read like your custom sample. It's just all/some of the 3 non-kosher Fields you're wanting to use will need to be contained within these 2 parameters. You'd just need to add the vertical lines to the TTLB family to align with the formatting where you have the 2-3 fields being emulated in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cftrevizo View Post
    @PPRATICIO

    You could use "Issued to" & or the "Issued from" parameters & rename the Headers (in the Format Tab of the settings) to read like your custom sample. It's just all/some of the 3 non-kosher Fields you're wanting to use will need to be contained within these 2 parameters. You'd just need to add the vertical lines to the TTLB family to align with the formatting where you have the 2-3 fields being emulated in.
    I changed the name of the "Issued to" and of the "Issued from" to have something that would make me happy. I still can´t understand what you are talking... Using that family, the TTLB family, I can add a new parameter or not?

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