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Inverted Revision Clouds

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Bubba1982

Hi there, I'm currently using Revit Structure 2015 and I need a simple way to create inverted revision clouds.

 

 

My main software is Microstation ABD in which when we want to cloud up certain elements in abeyance we use an inverted cloud. I'm quite new to Revit so have not come across this yet..

 

 

Can anyone tell me how I can create something like this in Revit please?

 

 

Thanks in advance

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RobDraw

I'd be surprised if it is possible. There were some improvements to revision clouds in 16. I'll take a look when I can get to Revit.

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TheCADnoob

edited: for noob reasons :)

Edited by TheCADnoob

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RobDraw

CADnoob, Revit is not AutoCAD.

 

Bubba, I was way off in my initial response. Reverse revision clouds are doable and have been at least back to 2014 and probably beyond. Just draw your sketch counter clockwise.

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TheCADnoob
CADnoob, Revit is not AutoCAD.

 

Bubba, I was way off in my initial response. Reverse revision clouds are doable and have been at least back to 2014 and probably beyond. Just draw your sketch counter clockwise.

 

I had the sneaking suspension it wasn't a standard vertical type deployment. thanks for the clarification.

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tzframpton

Never seen it, tried it, or seen anybody else do it or say it's possible in Revit in the 8 years I've been using the software. I don't think it's possible either.

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RobDraw

That was my thought until I tested it.

Reverse Cloud.jpg

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tzframpton

So you can... awesome. Good find Rob. :)

 

-TZ

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