It is very tedious to remove Overlays that are off one-by one.
From the contractor side of things, we end up with a lot of useful markups on sheets in Procore that we like to tie to Revizto for the teams to reference like RFI numbers. The problem we run into is that the sheets are not always printed according to Revizto's guidelines, so when we overwrite the drawings from Revit with the marked up drawings from Procore, they are slightly off. Sometimes it is just too much outside of Design-Build to rally up all the AE consultants to re-print all of their contract documents according to the recommended settings.
In those scenarios, it would be much easier to batch remove all the overlays that are off due to overwriting Revit exports with Printed PDFs and just keep the ones that retain their positioning from the original Revit Export in order to avoid confusion when overlaying drawings.
The current workaround is just to delete the drawing and re-import without Revit.
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