Question about how revision numbers are displayed in a label. My scenario is as follows:
I'm working on setting up titleblocks for my office. We've always numbered our sheets in the following format:
The first three digits are the sheet number (ie A101, A201, A301...nnn) This number convention is straightforward and works like we want it to.
The suffix for this naming convention, however is giving me problems. We always want to display the revision number as a 2-digit number (AXXX.01, AXXX.02, AXXX.10 ... AXXX.nn) but the "current revision" parameter only displays 2 digits if the revision number is actually two digits (AXXX.10, AXXX.14 etc).
Is there to force the label to put a 0 in front of a 1-digit revision in this scenario?
The partner in charge of the office standards is very particular and proving a hard sell on the idea of migrating to a BIM-platform from CAD.
Looking forward to hearing your ideas.