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kwihae
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Renaming exisiting parameters- Assembly Code

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12-22-2011 02:18 AM

Is there a way to rename the Identity Data Parameter- Assembly Code?

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Alfredo_Medina
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Re: Renaming exisiting parameters- Assembly Code

12-22-2011 03:01 AM in reply to: kwihae

No. Some parameters are kind of hard coded into the families, and cannot be changed.

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Re: Renaming exisiting parameters- Assembly Code

12-27-2011 06:41 AM in reply to: kwihae

just make your own shared parameter and use that instead. My is called AssblyCode

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PeterGriffen
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Re: Renaming exisiting parameters- Assembly Code

05-09-2013 07:51 AM in reply to: WorkerBeeatDDP

you can.

follow instructions as per the link below (basically editing a .txt file (uniformatClassifications.txt file)

 

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https://assemblesystems.zendesk.com/entries/23311043-Customizing-Assembly-Codes-and-Assembly-Descrip...

 

worked for me. i had concrete piles with the assembly description as steel pipes (for some reason)

i closed my revit sessionI, went into the aformentioned .txt file and changed it to concrete.

 

apologies if i'm talking out of my left ear and misinterpreted what you mean.

Pete

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