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    Bluebeam Revu (Migrating Mark Ups)

    I am in the design assist process of a massive project and the mechanical engineer does weekly Revit and PDF uploads. Presently, the engineer is adding drawings here and there, so every week, there are either more or less sheets being uploaded.

    The problem is, I make mark ups during the week and would like to preserve them as the design advances. Is there a painless way (besides copy paste) to migrate the mark ups so they end up on the correct sheet in the current set?

    For example, page 100 is M-106 L6 Plumbing. Next week it could end up being page 103. I bet there's a way to associate mark up objects with sheet number and migrate them to the proper page number of the current set of PDFs. I went to the Bluebeam Revu forum but they don't address this issue.

    Cheers...

    #2
    You should look in to Bluebeams "Sets" feature. (https://www.bluebeam.com/us/products/revu/sets.asp) Im not 100% sure it works when adding sheets somewhere in the middle, but its designed to do exactly what you are talking about, with migrating markups.

    Crummy thing is that Sets dont work with Studio.
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      #3
      Replace page content might work, but I don't know a way to script it based on page names.
      Julie Kidder
      Architect + BIM Director
      Hartman + Majewski Design Group

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        #4
        Originally posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
        You should look in to Bluebeams "Sets" feature. (https://www.bluebeam.com/us/products/revu/sets.asp) Im not 100% sure it works when adding sheets somewhere in the middle, but its designed to do exactly what you are talking about, with migrating markups.

        Crummy thing is that Sets dont work with Studio.
        Thanks bud. I'll check it out.

        ETA: Saw the video...gotta say, this is the solution to design assist. Thanks again!!!
        Last edited by koolair; April 25, 2017, 08:22 PM.

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          #5
          Originally posted by jmk View Post
          Replace page content might work, but I don't know a way to script it based on page names.
          I've never written a script before but you post reminded me of a search feature in Bluebeam. You can search by image, select a box around a sink and it'll find all instances of that sink in the whole document...so I know Bluebeam is able to identify a unique drawing number because it looks for shapes and geometry. Maybe incorporate that function into your script? Just a thought. Would be nice to just find and replace.

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