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    Revision Clouds on Schedules

    Any suggestions on how to best cloud revisions on a schedule.

    My issue is that since the clouds are superimposed on the schedule, if a new line is added to the schedule, the clouds are no longer positioned over the appropriate item. If I add a new line to the schedule, I have to go back and check and adjust every single revision cloud. There has to be a better way in Revit


    Thanks!
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    Originally posted by HenryD View Post
    Any suggestions on how to best cloud revisions on a schedule.

    My issue is that since the clouds are superimposed on the schedule, if a new line is added to the schedule, the clouds are no longer positioned over the appropriate item. If I add a new line to the schedule, I have to go back and check and adjust every single revision cloud. There has to be a better way in Revit


    Thanks!
    It sucks, but I´m certain that there´s no clever way around this (but would love to be proved wrong) :banghead:
    Klaus Munkholm
    "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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      #3
      Cloud the whole schedule.... I dont think that will work for you though, looks like there are many revision number.
      -Alex Cunningham

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        #4
        I do not think there is a way to physically tie the cloud's location to what it is clouding on the sheet. Generally, though, it is unnecessary (and bad form) to show clouds for other than the most current revision on a sheet. As an illustrative example, what happens if the same part of the schedule changes more than once?
        This issue is not isolated to the Revit workflow FWIW.

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          #5
          Nope, its not geometry, so 99% certain that it is not possible to lock a constraint to it.

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            #6
            I kinda like how in ACAD you could draw a rectangle and then pick it as the boudary for the Cloud.
            It be nice to see that in Revit. and this would prob allow to constrain the revcloud to a boundary that can be constrained to the location of your choice
            Juan Carlos Moreno
            Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
            Sisley Cosmetics

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              #7
              Dave Baldacchino made this blog post on the subject about a year ago, and he didn´t find a good way to deal with it either... :blah:
              Klaus Munkholm
              "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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