Creating and modifying AutoCAD Revision Clouds. Revision clouds are geometries used in AutoCAD to drive attention of users to a certain part of the drawing. The revision clouds are Polylines in the shape of connected arcs and they can also be modified like a Polyline.
How do I use cloud in AutoCAD?
Convert an Object to a Revision Cloud
- Click Home tab Draw panel Revision Cloud drop-down. Find.
- In the drawing area, right-click and choose Object.
- Select a circle, ellipse, polyline, or spline that you want to convert to a revision cloud.
- Press Enter to keep the current direction of the arcs. …
- Press Enter.
What is a rev cloud?
A Revision Cloud is an open or closed polyline composed of arcs. Revisions clouds are used to for reviewing or redlining purposes to indicate the parts of the drawing that need to be adjusted or annotated. Before you start drawing revision clouds, first define the Arc length and Style .
How do I reverse Revcloud?
EDIT: TLDR = REVCLOUD -> Right Click -> Left Click on inverted Revision Cloud. Repeat if Arc Length is not correct. then type “yes” to reverse. edit* might have to adjust your arch length before you modify the revcloud if its different.