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Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 4:17:40 AM | "Sheet Issue Date" - Bug

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In Revit 2011, has anyone noticed that if you accidently screw up when entering a sheet date, you will end up deleting the entire sheet?!! I held down several sheets and simultaneously updated the Sheet Issue Date to 06/006/2011 and the sheets disappeared from the set, all because I accidently inserted on extra digit in the date (instead of 06/06/2011).  Worse still, I could not use the undo function to get them back!  Very disturbing.  

I did however notice that the views were still present in the file, just not the actual sheets on which they were placed.


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Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 4:24:03 PM | "Sheet Issue Date" - Bug

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Haven't noticed it.

 

The important question - does all of the sheet information persist after the bug?


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Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 4:29:01 PM | "Sheet Issue Date" - Bug

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None of the sheet information is present, only the views.  So if I go to the view that used to be on the sheet, I can look down at the Identity Data to see on what sheet the drawing is placed, but it turns out blank.

There's a chance my file may be showing signs of corruption.  Things like this always seem to happen as projects get older and copied day after day.  I tried creating a clean copy from Central and still had this problem.


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Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 4:36:30 PM | "Sheet Issue Date" - Bug

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A good test would be to start a new project with one sheet in it and see if changing this parameter deletes the sheet.  If it does, then report it to AutoDESK.  Otherwise, you might look at your project file.

 

BTW - Did it delete the sheet from the index or delete the family from the sheet?  If it just deletes the famil, simply replace it and the views will still be on the sheets.



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Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 5:06:58 PM | "Sheet Issue Date" - Bug

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I tried it on a new clean project and did not have the same problem, so I think there's something wrong with the Central File.  I even imported the same exact sheet family and did not have this problem on the new project file. 

The Sheet family is still present, it did not get removed from the project.


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