Use tools like DiffMerge or WinMerge to compare the old and new files and redo the changes. You will spend probably an hour doing this but not more, specially if you have made changes only to a few select files. The settings data will stay and hence Custom CSS entered into theme options should be fine. It’s always a good idea to have a backup though. Hope this helps.
Best way to protect yourself from theme updates is to always make changes in the child theme. The theme is mostly child theme friendly and hence when you have time, you can probably go through the changes you have made to the core theme files and try to move them to child theme so that the core files are not affected and upgrades are smoother.
And also pls update the WordPress to the latest version as well.
And we have added lots of features to the theme to make it more user friendly. Even for the team, you will no longer have to add them manually. You can use the “Team Profiles” Custom post type. Also we have included various new shortcodes, pls take a look at at the updated theme documentation.
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