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  1. From what I gathered, an update very slightly broke the original file. Somehow it simply bumped a team out of its selected competitions and, by doing so, created a loading error. As far as I am aware, this is the only real issue caused by an update to the game. Here's the file. Let me know if there's any issues. The fix was made back in mid-April. http://www.mediafire.com/download/5vcw1qxa44me2e4/MiloAmericanSoccerPyramid1.2_019FC992-3868-4A91-9647-BA9E98E0DF0E%282%29.fmf
  2. 1.0 FILE HAS BEEN RELEASED. Okay, first release is here. Here is the link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/hxk5jqh7j6322uj/MiloAmericanSoccerPyramid1.0.fmf The above link is compressed. I'm unaware if there are any issues with compressed files. Just in case, below is the uncompressed version: http://www.mediafire.com/download/4ow10wrab7dnq9t/MiloAmericanSoccerPyramid1.0UC.fmf The database should be fine to run out of the box. However, I do have several personal recommendations: "Do not Add Key Staff" UNCHECKED "Add Players to Playable Teams" CHECKED* Largest, reasonable DB you can pl
  3. And as thanks for your patience, here's a few more screenshots to show you what I've been working on recently: And just because these two pages make me laugh everytime (and working exactly as intended):
  4. The first version will be released tomorrow morning (USA, East Coast.) I still plan to release a complimentary Canadian database later. It will be relatively bare-bones and simply a modification of reputation, stadium sizes, and a basic league structure designed to create another competitor in North America. May or may not create a new Champions League. Will look at adjusting North American reputations post-release. Thanks for the patience.
  5. The 25th turned out to be way too optimistic. The good news is that the end is in sight. All teams are done. That was the huge time sink. In my rush, the spreadsheet has fallen a little behind again. Outside of a cursory fix sheet, this is what I have left: Attendances Competition Dates Competition Rules Stadium Settings (Cup Finals, National Team Games, etc) Referees Finish off Awards Youth/League Names Failed Changes I'll probably address the failed changes after the initial release. They should not create any issue, just the product of merging two versions early in the process. Th
  6. Completed through the Southwest. Have the west left and northwest left. Doing the reserves and youth competitions as I complete states/regions. Still have competition rules, awards, referees, and various other adjustments to make. One issue that is cropping up in tests is a lack of managers. IIRC, FMs in the past did a better job populating DBs with staffs including managers. I'll have to tinker and do some testing. Aiming for the 25th.
  7. Couple people have asked, so I'll post the club spreadsheet (so far.) From now on I'll upload a new version as I complete each region. http://www.mediafire.com/view/w7s0d16jcbp5s7h/AmericanProject_-_Clubs-4.xlsx Couple things: It's not completed yet. I'm trying to catch up, but my priority is actually making changes in the DB. Currently completed* up through Indiana so Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Illinois, and Indiana are all representative of their details in this version. First color listed (at least through Indiana) is the team's primary color, usually corresponding to the "Ba
  8. I am pretty sure this is the way I'm going to go. I'll see how well the divisions maintain their geographical alignment. It gets a little wonky at tier 9, but if it handles reasonably well, this is the path I will take. Sounds fantastic. Always enjoy and am interested in how people use or modify the database. Particularly interested in your boundaries. I'm a one-man creation and testing crew and that seems the be one of the areas (see above) that can cause me some issues (Looking at you Tier 9 Northwest.) The only thing I do is release all American-based players. I don't add or tra
  9. Here's my very professionally annotated map depicting the regions: All regions have 96 teams except for Northwest with 64.
  10. 10 in previous databases: Oklahoma City (American National League/Tier 2) Tulsa (NSA Championship West/Tier 4) Norman (NSA League Two West/Tier 6) Broken Arrow (USS Western Prairie Premier/Tier 9) Lawton Edmond Moore Midwest City Enid Stillwater Set for 12 in this database. New expansions currently penciled in: Muskogee, Bartlesville Compete in SW region with Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Texas. As I complete this DB, I will also be sure to release an accompanying spreadsheet that provides this kind of information for ease of use.
  11. Thought I'd upload some screenshots that show the progress so far: American Premier League Selection Screen Competition screen of Jackson (MS). Jackson starts in Tier 5. Expanded Reserves/Youth Leagues. One of two North Carolina's two leagues, one of the most competitive in the DB. Similarly, New York's Y/R league has been split into two- New York City and New York State. Not nearly as competitive at the top, New York Empire should run it. Virginia Beach (Tier 3) Information Screen Mid-Atlantic Stadiums
  12. Update: Has been very busy over the past few weeks here. Will continue through this week. I should really begin to make progress starting next week. Using a house analogy, it does not take very long to get the housing framework up, but once you start working on the details, things slow down. Still aiming at a release before the 25th and believe it is possible. I have decided to bump up each region in teams to 96 except the Northwest (bumped to 64.) That'll bring up the total clubs to 736. Currently NE, MA, SE are completed. That's 3 out of 8 regions. All clubs (including new) in Midwest o
  13. Whoops. They certainly are. They are called the Wichita Staggerwings. They start in the 4th tier, western conference(National Soccer Association (NSA) - Championship West) which is usually in between MLS and the English Championship in terms of reputation. They play at Air MidWest Park, a 20300 seat stadium. They are assigned to the Great Plains region. So outside of league, national, and tier-associated cups, they and their youth team compete in their respective Great Plains Regional Cup. It's funny that you ask if Wichita is in the database, because not only are they in the database but
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