Thanks @Marcel_Rijsmus i read some post of @erfajo but didnt find a solution for that. I know was a bad idea to rename the shared parameters and now when i try to edit an old family that used the same guid i cant replace them with the new name…
You could try and copy the Shared Parameter file off and manually edit the name to be what you want, then open the project and families and see what it gives you. The GUID is the tie between them, not the Name.
@SeanP hi Sean. That is exactly what i did. The shared parameter file. The parameter was named ACM_MEP_Height and i renamed it to ACM_MAD_DIM_Height and when i open an old family that used ACM_MEP_Height when i try to replace it with the new name the family keeps the old name… it is like a bug? Because when i drop the family in a new project the family have the parameters with new name… what i am missing here? Hope someone help me because its a lot of families. Thanks.
Interesting. And there is the possibily having the txt with all shared parameters to replicate them in other txt with different guid? Then remap all the old parameters… didnt find a best solution. @Kulkul shared some workflow but dont know if it would works.
There are several steps here, but I think most of this could be easily automated. In fact, I have shared a post in the past that deal with loading, editing, saving and reloading families before that may be a place to start.
I know there are other packages that have Family Tools in them as well.