i'd like to know if it's possible to use two different styles of part list in the same project.
For example, one for assembly drawings and anotrher for single part drawings.
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Yes. In your Styles and Standards editor, you can create as many parts list styles as you want, and switch between them just like you would dimension styles.
Yes, i have different styles, but the problem comes when switching them. If i use "replace style" it doesn´t work properly because it doesn't change everything, so i need to change the "default values" of the whole standard but just for this drawing, and i find this quite dangerous due to future "do you want refresh the current style" pop-ups...
I'm not following why you're using "Replace Style" at all. It seems to me that this should be as simple as:
Create both of your styles
Create parts list on the drawing
Select the parts list, pick the appropriate style from the drop-down list on the Format panel of the Annotate tab.
I have a couple of different parts list styles that I use for two different types of assemblies, and handle it this way. If that is somehow unsuitable for what you're trying to do, I think you're going to have to elaborate on your situation a bit.
It's true that only one parts list style can be the default, but you can have more than one style, and, as jtylerbc notes, change it either before you place a PL or after.
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