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  1. Any idea about this @Wolf_pd? I'm looking to see if you can convert editor data files and put them in the dbc folders for use in Gamepass. Thanks in advance
  2. Is it not \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2020\\GAMEPASS\editor data ?
  3. Is it possible to create dbc files with the FM20 editor?
  4. Thanks @bluestillidie00 and @ElTugaDiablo, that's worked. Lovely stuff
  5. I see. I'll find a skin which has one and use it to be sure it works. Looking forward to getting home now
  6. Nope, folder structure is exactly as in the file I sent you: No file named default in the whole of the folder structure as far as I can see, either.
  7. Thanks again for persisting with helping me I'm assuming that in the above screenshot, the xml on the left is what I uploaded and the one on the right is how it looks like after you've edited it to work. I had tried that originally, but it didn't work. Tried it again: Still doesn't work Could I be so direct as to ask you to forward me the amended file(s) if at all possible?
  8. Here you go, and thank you for your help: https://www.mediafire.com/file/166yv5jz8eil8qb/FM20_Rensie_skin_Dark_v2.0.rar/file
  9. Thank you for the speedy response. No I did not, didn't see anything referring to that There was no folder in the Renskie skin folder so I've moved the whole folder over from the base skin link above (including the paper.png, paper.xml and paper@2x.png files), but still no luck there. Tried without the png's and with just the xml and that didn't work either.
  10. Echoing @alisDZN's initial query, I still can't get it to work. I wonder if you, or any other kind member of the community, can assist me. I'm attaching two files - the first one is the xml file in the Rensie skin, while the second one is the one I've edited (to no avail) following the steps in the second post and also copying the text from the file uploaded to mediafire. The backgrounds are fine and work with the base skin, but I just can't get it to work with the Rensie skin original client object browser.xml modified client object browser.xml
  11. And you are 100% positive that you're using the same account on both the laptop and the PC? Screenshots if possible please
  12. The first 2 screenshots seem to indicate your user data files are on your OneDrive (which I do NOT recommend - have them on an external disk or on your hard disk), while the last 2 screenshots indicate a completely different folder entirely. The path must be the same, otherwise you're telling the game to look somewhere there are no graphics
  13. Is it really that hard to Google that? It's also a pinned thread in this very forum.
  14. That all looks fine. You haven't changed your user data folder in Steam, have you? If you have to think about this or check what it means, I can safely assume the answer is no Do your interface preferences look like this?
  15. As my above post, it looks like it may be an issue of how and where you installed them. Screenshots of the respective folder(s) would help.
  16. No, it should work for Macs as well. However, from FM20 onwards, there's been a substantial change to how Mac FM documents are stored. Previously the files would automatically go in the Documents folder here: Users/YOUR Mac USERNAME/Documents/Sports Interactive Now the files will instead appear in the following location: Users/YOUR Mac USERNAME/Library/Application Support/Sports Interactive By default this folder is hidden, so to access you need to do as follows: Open Finder Click ‘Go’ from the menubar Press and hold down the ‘Option’ (Alt) key This will bring up the ‘Library’, click to enter then go to ‘Application Support’ -> ‘Sports Interactive’ -> ‘Football Manager 2020’ Also make sure that any file you download is directly in the editor data folder. Items in any sub-folder within it won't be "read" by the game.
  17. @Antwone324, most files are in compressed format (.rar or .zip) when you download them. Make sure you use winrar or a similar tool to extract them. It may be worth asking the file creators for help, but since none of them appear to be working, it looks like it may be an issue of how and where you installed them. Screenshots of the respective folder(s) would help.
  18. Sure, care to do it yourself? The sheer scale of work involved in something like this would be mind-blowingly huge.
  19. Are you subscribed to it on the Workshop when you're logged in? Does it show as downloaded in Steam? If yes, they should be in the ~\Steam\steamapps\workshop\content\xxxxxx\ folder where xxxxxx is a 6-digit number corresponding to the respective Workshop item.
  20. Load the pre-game profile, delete Keane and save the editor data file. When you start a new game, he won't be loaded
  21. Can we have a screenshot of the location where the file is placed? Is it directly within editor data or is it in a sub-folder? It won't work if it's the latter. Trying to pinpoint what could be causing the issue for you, as it's working perfectly fine for me so it could be something at your end and not necessarily related to the editor.
  22. Worked fine for me. 20.3 included an update for the editor, so perhaps it can't be loaded at your end before it's updated. Check your Steam download list to see if it's still pending there.
  23. v2.0 of this file now available on https://mega.nz/#!cFNiVSBI!bi4t1RoHPqnUpPr-NJKIeIQjeLGCPfm0jHp-PEdknbM
  24. The propensity for hyperbole in this forum is beyond irritating at this stage. What are all these bugs you're talking about? There might be a handful of minor, rare and obscure issues which SI will probably fix by next week.
  25. Due to licensing issues, and this has been the case for quite a while now, it is only possible to start in the first season if you have the MLS loaded. If you want to start in the second season in countries like Brazil and some Scandinavian countries, then you cannot have the MLS loaded. Edit: Hunter beat me to it.
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