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SeanTaylor

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About SeanTaylor

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    Middlesbrough

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    Footy, CM, FM
  1. FM2011 and Steam

    The Steam servers are more than capable of handling the load. Or at least they should be...
  2. How To Get The Data Out of FM?

    Ah brilliant. It lets me export the data as a CSV file. I should be able to do something with that.
  3. I am looking at retrieving a list of player, team & league names along with their ID numbers so that I can store them in a database. This is to use with an online signature image generator so that the users don't have to type in each unique ID themselves. Does anyone know how I would get started doing something like this as it's not my area. Thanks
  4. New Facepack Creator v1.0 in beta

    Will be tracking the progress of this as it's a great tool.
  5. Football Manager Cut-Out Megapack

    1d 1h - 89.6%. Downloaded - 2.30GB Uploaded - 3.23GB Not bad. Can't wait for this to finish.
  6. The FM10 Adboard project

    Great pack. Downloaded and installed without a hitch. Lovely file guys!
  7. Football Manager Cut-Out Megapack

    I am downloading now. Will seed this for others as I know this is the facepack to have for FM.
  8. Thanks for letting everyone know. I was just putting together a very quick and easy way to get the main graphics copied over.
  9. If you want to use all your downloaded graphics from FM 2009 in FM 2010 then follow these simple steps. Step 1 Browse to your current FM 2009 User Data Folder which can be found at... Windows XP C:\Documents And Settings\[YOUR USERNAME]\My Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2009\ Windows Vista & Windows 7 C:\Users\[YOUR USERNAME]\Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2009\ Step 2 Select the folder called graphics and Copy it by pressing CTRL + C. Step 3 Now browse to the Football Manager 2010 User Data Folder which can be found at... Windows XP C:\Documents And Settings\[YOUR USERNAME]\My Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2010\ Windows Vista & Windows 7 C:\Users\[YOUR USERNAME]\Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2010\ Step 4 Paste the copied graphics folder into here by pressing CTRL + V or by choosing Edit > Paste from the window toolbar. Then just wait for your files to copy over. Step 5 Now open up FM 2010 and go onto the Preferences Screen by pressing SHIFT + P. Browse to the Display & Sound tab. Step 6 Now make sure that the following checkboxes look like this... Use Skin Cache - UNTICKED Always Reload Skin On Confirm - TICKED Show Badges / Logos - TICKED Step 7 Now press Confirm and wait for the changes to be made. All Done Source: http://www.fm-base.co.uk/forum/f71/how-to-use-your-download-graphics-from-fm-2009-in-t21691.html
  10. 1980/81 database ???

    99/00 Database: http://www.fm-base.co.uk/forum/downloads.php?do=file&id=979 98/99 Database: http://www.fm-base.co.uk/forum/downloads.php?do=file&id=974
  11. Football Manager Cut-Out Megapack

    Great stuff. I love this facepack. I would like to use it on FM-Base but I'm not sure if that's something you guys would appreciate.
  12. FM 2009 Video Guide: How To Install Downloaded Skins

    Ah i didn't notice there was already an 'official' video. The more the merrier
  13. How To Install Downloaded Skins (I recommend choosing to view the 'HD' version) I put this video together today to give a helping hand to those who still aren't sure how to install skins. Hope it helps. Sean
  14. [Release] All English Club & Competition Logos

    Hey, I'm not really the person to ask about that bug. The background I use can be downloaded here. The face packs are called 'TF Facepacks'. There are loads of them available on my site here.
  15. [Release] All English Club & Competition Logos

    Is it the same 2 teams that are doing it on your game as well?
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