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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

#Revit Quiz: Why does the Revision Schedule order not match the Title Block? RT @RevitClinic

Source: http://revitclinic.typepad.com/my_weblog/2011/03/revit-quiz-why-does-the-revision-schedule-order-not-match-the-title-block.html

Source: The Revit Clinic by Ryan Duell
You have a number of revisions in your project.  At some point you arrange the revision order in the View > Sheet Issues/Revisions list.  Let's say one of these revisions is set > None for numbering, just so it is clear where you want it to appear in the list.  You then notice the Title Block does not reflect the desired revision order; what should you check for?
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By default a Revit Title Block family includes a parameter called Revision Sequence.  This parameter is set to Formatting > Hidden Field in the Revision Schedule View [inside the Title Block family].
And the Revision schedule in the Title Block family, by default, sorts by Revision Sequence > Ascending under Sorting/Grouping.
If you notice an inconsistency between the Title Block family [Revision Schedule view] and the Project Sheet Issues/Revisions list, verify the presence of the Revision Sequence Parameter in the Title Block family under:
Project Browser > Views > Schedules > Revision Schedule > Fields.  Then verify it is being used to sort by under Sorting/Grouping.  Once present, and the Title Block family is loaded into the project, the list should appear consistent.

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