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  1. Thanks for your answer. I think the only way to feasibly do it is to use the walessolo file which has "only" 2,400 players. If you have any advice on making players disappear that would be great - i.e. if I move players to North Korean or Zanzibarian clubs and set reputation to 1 it could be a relatively easy way of dealing with them.
  2. Thank you for your response. I am looking to build a database for FM Mobile, which does not have a pre-game editor. I will use a third party editor, but as discussion of those is not allowed on here, I can't go into more detail. So as it stands I have the .dat files for the englandsolo database on my computer, and my plan is to delete all the 5,000 or so players and then create about 600-700 new ones. I can open the players.dat file in the Notepad programme, but it is gobbledygook, as .dat files always are. I have tried deleting all the text but that wipes the entire database includ
  3. Hi all - does anyone know how to delete all players from the .dat files? i.e. To delete them all in the text files in a File Manager before starting editing?
  4. Hi all, I would like to create a retro mobile database. The latest editor for FMM I can find is iScout PGE for 2017. I am willing to create all the players required to play the First Division in England in 1990/1991. I reckon this would be about 400 players, for about 16 per team plus enough overseas players to add some interest. However, the englandsolo database for FMM2017 contains over 7,000 players. Editing them all to 1990 identities would be just too much work. So I would like to delete them all and start again. I have tried clearing the relevant .dat files, but that
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