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    More Revision Confusion

    I'm still learning about revision clouds, revision tags, and revision schedules. When I create a revision in the Sheet Issues/Revisions dialog, then cloud and add a revision tag, shouldn't my revision schedule get automatically populated with the revision information?
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    #2
    Have you placed the view on the sheet in question ?
    Mark Balsom

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      #3
      I was going to say the same thing as mark b. I think this is a good example for a +1 for clouding the sheet vs the view on the other revision thread

      Since the view is not assigned to a sheet yet, Revit doesn't know which sheet to add the info to.
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      Sisley Cosmetics

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        #4
        Yep, either the view isnt on the sheet. Or your titleblock doesnt actually contain the revision schedule

        Saying that, I have seen some instances where the schedule wont update for some reason, in thoses cases a close and reopen can fix the problem
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          #5
          Hi there, I've used rev clouds and all the revit out of the box stuff but really didn't like it much. I must say (and i don't get any kick back ever or will I) using this addin RevitTV is fantastic. It controls everything and i mean everything!
          I used it in my old company on a 500 sheet $1b job and it saved our buts.
          Just a thought. It's about $255US a seat with subscription.
          I know the revit way is good also but once you get a taste you'll know what i mean.

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            #6
            "....using this addin RevitTV is fantastic..."

            This sounds soooo comercial....
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              #7
              Originally posted by Grecs View Post
              Hi there, I've used rev clouds and all the revit out of the box stuff but really didn't like it much. I must say (and i don't get any kick back ever or will I) using this addin RevitTV is fantastic. It controls everything and i mean everything!
              I used it in my old company on a 500 sheet $1b job and it saved our buts.
              Just a thought. It's about $255US a seat with subscription.
              I know the revit way is good also but once you get a taste you'll know what i mean.
              Thanks for the heads up Grecs. And welcome to the Forum BTW ! :beer:

              Originally posted by lucis29 View Post
              "....using this addin RevitTV is fantastic..."

              This sounds soooo comercial....
              Actually (just checked the AdminCP), this looks more like a honest recommendation :beer:
              Klaus Munkholm
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                #8
                Originally posted by lucis29 View Post
                "....using this addin RevitTV is fantastic..."

                This sounds soooo comercial....
                Does sound a bit PR, but I can vouch for Grecs, no affiliation with the software, but it is a handy addin for revisions
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by mark b View Post
                  Have you placed the view on the sheet in question ?
                  :thumbsup: mark b, that fixed that. What I'm curious about now is what does "Numbering, Per Sheet or Per Project" in the Sheet Issues/Revisions dialog do? I had Per Project checked and thought that that would put the revision information on every sheet regardless of whether the sheet had any revisions on it or not. This is how I issue revised sets of dwgs. Even though there may have been a small change on one sheet, every sheet in the set gets the revision information in the revision schedule. That way my customers and I instantly know what revision the set is without having to look through all of the sheets for info in the revision schedule. How do I accomplish this?
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                    #10
                    In order to get the revision information on the sheet if there is no cloud is to select the sheet - and click the Revisions on Sheet button in properties. Then check away. Unfortunately...you have to do this sheet by sheet.

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