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    revision management

    hello,
    i'm xorking on a file whose one sheet have ever been sent
    on the same file i created 2 differents sheets which haven't been sent yet
    but...
    when i create a revision my document has a C revision whereas it's its first issue (so it should be A!)
    how can i do the have the right revision on my sheets?
    Phil

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    You need to set your revisions Per Sheet and not Per Project as you have now

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    thanks Robin
    last (but not least) question : what does the box "issued" is use for? i made tests but i've never understood it, thanks
    Phil

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    another question...
    i'd like to have only the last revision in my title block
    how can i do?
    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by philsogood View Post
    thanks Robin
    last (but not least) question : what does the box "issued" is use for? i made tests but i've never understood it, thanks
    Phil
    As far as I know that only works when you put Rev Clouds on your views. Once a revision is issued, you can't assign that revision to a Rev Cloud anymore. If you add your revisions manually, by choosing them in the sheet properties, it doesn't really do anything I believe.


    Quote Originally Posted by philsogood View Post
    another question...
    i'd like to have only the last revision in my title block
    how can i do?
    Phil
    Make the Schedule that shows the Revisions on your Sheet 1 line high and only the last one will show up in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philsogood View Post
    thanks Robin
    last (but not least) question : what does the box "issued" is use for? i made tests but i've never understood it, thanks
    Phil
    In addition to not being able to assign a revision cloud to an issued revision, in the revision manager you can not move unissued revisions in relation to issued revisions, and cannot merge, delete or edit the properties of issued revisions.

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    hi Robin, thanks for all your tips and your patience in my explanation... well
    i didn't get how to modify a revision schedule in my title block because it's not exactly the same schedule then in a project! :/
    how can i "filter" the last 2 revision whereas there is no filter ?
    Phil

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    You go into your titleblock family and select the revision schedule. You will then get a blue dot on the top of the schedule that you can drag. Drag that down untill you have just 1 row left. No need to filter, the schedule know that you just wanna see 1 if the schedule has just 1 row.

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    pffff.... when it's not working, it's not working...
    have a look to my printscreen, i don't see any blue point... i checked on others projects and i see one but on this schedule
    i delete the schedule, insert it again >>> same result
    i didn't succeed to create a new revision schedule because it seems to be impossible to have 2 schedules... well
    see below the schedule in the titleblock.
    Phil

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    I have no idea, I tried everything to get rid of that blue dot, but I can't.

    This is not tied to your project, but to your Title Block, so it should not matter in which project you load it.
    What happens when you load the one that does work into that other projects?

    Can you post that Title Block family?

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