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  1. The thing that confuses is me why its fine as a "standard" db, but when its converted to "advance" it goes nuts.
  2. Error in Nation Rules [DATE] [LEAGUE] promoted and relegated teams do not match up for [LEAGUE] (x relegated) and [LEAGUE] (x promoted) (extra teams requested = 0) Check to make sure [LEAGUE] uses Flexible Format Rules
  3. So the database doesn't have advance rules. However, when I convert to advanced rules (even without making any changes in a seemingly fully working custom database) I get an ERROR IN NATION RULES when testing the rules. How come?
  4. Aha! Found it under NATION > FIXTURE RULES > RULES 0 > SQUAD SELECTION ELIGIBILITY. Thanks.
  5. I've downloaded a custom database that I'm enjoying, but it has a limited squad size that I'd like to change. It seems that for whatever reason youth players (u18/21/23) have to be added to the squad in the same way that every other player does. I can't seem to find anything in the pre game editor that allows me to essentially waive the need for registering these youth players for the squad (ie they don't count towards the squad limits, but are available for selection). I know the rule exists as I believe its on by default in England, but this DB is in the USA and I can't seem to find the sett
  6. I'm trying to create a league that's not too dissimilar to what happens in Belgium (I think); 16 teams, 30 game "regular" season. Then the league splits into 3 groups 1st group is a 5 team mini league who play each other twice to decide the top 5 positions (2 promotion spots and 3 playoff places) 2nd group is another 5 team mini league who also play each other twice (the last remaining playoff place up for grabs for the winner) 3rd group is the relegation shootout for the remaining six teams who also play each other twice, three go down. I'm guessing
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