Unless I'm missing something, it appears to me that the revisions part of Revit MEP is flawed. I have choices of Tag, Tag with Cloud, or None.
I need to do AS-BUILT/Conformance drawings and the the way we typically did it in the old AutoCAD era was to REMOVE all traces of revision markings on a drawing. I would think that None should be just that - NO revision markings on the drawing at all. Zip, zero, nil.
Anyone have any brilliant ideas how to combat this? Out "workaround" is to plot to PDF and then go into each and every PDF and using the erase function, erase that area. It is time-consuming and cumbersome espeically when your As-Built/Conformance set is approaching 50 sheets.
Thanks in advance.
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Yeah. Its a shame that it can't do that. I still think that the NONE option should not show the revision is the revisions area. Perhaps a wishlist item?
I even wish there was an option to select a cloud, right-click and Select All Instances > Entire Project and delete or create a scheule and delete, but nope. Autodesk, you're making it difficult for me to do something that should be menial.
But thanks for the reply.
Edit the titleblock and delete the revision schedule.
If you need it back one day it's easy to replace.
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