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Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 1:51:17 PM | Revision clouds - off on one sheet but not on other sheets - is this possible?

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I searched but could not find an answer if this is possible.  We are doing revisions by sheet.  Some sheets are on rev 1 and other sheets are on rev 2, and some sheets have both. 

We want to see clouds for the latest revision on each sheet, but that revision varies by sheet.  So if I turn off clouds for rev 1 (in the revisions settings page), it turns them off on all sheets.  If I leave clouds on for both rev 1 & 2, both sets of clouds display on all sheets, even though I have revisioning set to "by sheet".   I tried hiding element in view, but it hides both the cloud and the delta tag, so that's no good.

So is there a way to only leave on the clouds for the latest revision on a sheet?

Thanks.


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Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 2:04:26 PM | Revision clouds - off on one sheet but not on other sheets - is this possible?

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BEST SOLUTION:>  We print to PDF.  By doing that, we don't have to reprint un-revised sheets and they still show their last revision. 

 

If you have to print your way, I think to solve your problem, you will have to change your revision settings for those non-revised sheets to show their last revision and then print.  Very time consuming.

 


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Sat, Mar 17, 2012 at 2:13:39 AM | Revision clouds - off on one sheet but not on other sheets - is this possible?

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we ended up printing pdf's in sets, one set with the previous revision on and the other with the new revision on and old off.  Then we cobined the two into one complete set.  Worked ok.  I always create a plotting sheet set of revisions anyway, so that speeds up the process a bit.  in this case, we had to replot everything, as we had to make titleblock changes anyway.  but normally we would do like you, and only replot the changed sheets.  Just wish there was an automated way to do this.  One more option in the revision settings is all it would take.


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