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Wed, Dec 12, 2007 at 5:19:06 PM | revision clouds in multiple views?

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Does anyone know how to get revision clouds to appear in multiple views, rather than just the one it is drawn in? 

I am using Revit 2008. 

Thanks very much!

MG


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Wed, Dec 12, 2007 at 10:12:43 PM | revision clouds in multiple views?

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You should be drawing the revision clouds on the sheet not in the view. In other words... Paper-space.  I would also draw all my clouds on that sheet with the same sketch.  Then you can turn off that set of revisions and control the visibility that way.

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Wed, Dec 12, 2007 at 10:44:31 PM | revision clouds in multiple views?

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We looked at whether to cloud in the view or in the sheet on top of the view a while back and decided on IN the view, but for the life of me I can't remember why. Why do you say (so definitively) not to cloud in the view? Because the visibility can be handled from the Revisions dialogue, I know our decision wasn't based on easily hiding/unhiding clouds. I just can't remember what our rationale was.

 

For Logan1135, we usually just Copy and Paste Aligned to each view it needs to be duplicated in. 


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Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 2:57:41 PM | revision clouds in multiple views?

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Sometimes we issue SK drawings to Contractors on a smaller sized sheet, showing small windows (dependent views) of the areas on the issued sheet that have been revised.  For instance, if you revise a small portion of a total building floor plan that was issued on a 30x42 sheet, you would create an 8.5x11 SKA sheet and provide small windows of the portions of the revised plan clouded in with a revision tag.  This method is AIA.  But when you need to go back to the full sized sheet and make revision #2, rev #1 clouds will not be there unless they had been created in the view itself.

I don't know the best way, because dimensions and text sync, but revclouds do not sync in dependent views.


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