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Bennico

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    Get the FM2010 Sound Pack: http://community.sigames.com/showthread.php?t=156584

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    Northam Stand, St. Mary's, Southampton

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    Southampton Football Club.

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  1. Hi guys. This is just a heads up, to let you know that I'm not buying FM2011 until patch 3 this time around, and as such, will not be in a position to work on a new Sound Pack until then, if this one does not work on 11. I'm still really enjoying a few saves on FM10 at the moment, and the last couple of years I've not really enjoyed the game until the final patch was released; so I decided to carry on enjoying my games on the excellent 10.3 for now. During the last year though, a few members here emerged as being very capable of producing add ons to my original pack, so I'm sure someone her
  2. Fine with me. Due to difficult family circumstances I have been unable to focus any further time on the Sound Pack, nor be online anything like I was before. You are welcome to use my template with your own additions. I wish you success with your creation. Kind Regards, Benn.
  3. That would be a fantastic idea! I can't believe it never occurred to me! A close member of my family has spent the last month seriously ill in intensive care, but I really should sort my priorities out and get back to the sound pack, then no one would have to waste their time reading the topic for a fix to this life altering critical error. In the small amounts of time I've had free to play the game lately, I have also noticed a few tweaks I wish to make to a couple of the sounds, and I will fix the issue you mention (which incidentally has still not even occurred for me yet) for Version 2,
  4. Excellent, thank you very much n0va; as HonkyDick has stated your fix worked, I'll take that as fact until I hear otherwise. That is the only thing I did not try, as I was reliably informed when creating my original pack last year (by someone here who knows a lot about editing) that I should not have command strings on separate lines unless after a '#' commented out line. Lol. Thanks. As for the PA, I agree with you, that it sounds too loud during pre-season, though I've tried turning it down, and then it's too quiet during the season when the attendances rise. So I had to make a choice,
  5. Could anyone please spare the time to help me get my media sources and journalists into the game? I've never had a problem before with previous versions of the game, but for FM2010, no matter what I try, the game is just not picking them up. I've tried editing out the dates that appear for some publications and just leaving the quotation marks (as mentioned by SGTFlipFlop), but that has no effect either. The files appear in the Preferences menu at the start of creating a new game, and are all ticked for inclusion. Yet, once the game begins, low and behold, the same old boring (and sometime
  6. Ok, back to 'work' then. Firstly, with so many replies since I was last here, I won't have time to respond to each one, but I do want you to know that all of your kind comments are very much appreciated. Thank you. In theory, no; the Pack's sounds do not know to adjust themselves for level of attendance. That kind of hardcoding is only possible for SI to implement, and is not something that can be covered by the scope of this pack. However, SI's hardcoding does indeed try to adjust the volume depending upon attendance. In effect, what this means, is that whilst the sound pack's volume wil
  7. Hi, just a quick note to say sorry I've been unable to be here during the last week. As you know, I was away on holiday (got back tonight), but unfortunately, I did not have an internet connection where I was, which was unexpected. I will respond to you all tomorrow, as it is late here now, and I'm still trying to figure out why my nice shiny new copy of FM2010 I bought this evening, will not load a new game with my first Editor file, lol. I'll respond to PMs tomorrow too. Thanks for all your feedback. Benn.
  8. I just replied to your PM. Hopefully that helps. Please let me know. I'll reply when I next can.
  9. Good afternoon my friends. Firstly, sorry for my absence yesterday, got back a little late at night after celebrating our (real life) win over MK Dons at St. Mary's. Thank you all for your comments. I'm happy that you are enjoying the pack. I'll get to your queries now: From what I can tell, yes. At least, the Southampton one (713) works in my game, and as I've not come up against any of the other teams programmed in yet during pre-season, I can't say for 100% certain. I may need to play with it's selections chances slightly though. Hmm, that is a shame. It has not happened for me th
  10. Thank you for your kind comments, I'm glad you're enjoying the Sound Pack. Currently there have been 172 Downloads so far. My Pack for FM09 had well into the thousands, and this one is definitely an improvement on last year's version. Being that the full game itself has not even been released yet, hopefully many more will discover this Sound Pack as time passes, and enjoy the enhanced Matchday Experience it provides.
  11. Ahh, I see, nothing I can do to help then I'm afraid. I did mention in the Opening Post, that the Vanilla Demo cannot use Sound, so the pack would not work on it. I hope you get to enjoy it when you buy the full game. Kind Regards, Benn.
  12. No worries. When you open Data folder, at - C:\Program Files\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2010 Demo\data ... there are lots of folders in there (such as: 'db', 'help', 'events' etc), yes? When I say click on an empty space, I simply mean click on anything that is not a folder, hence, 'empty space'. And then 'paste' your new 'events' folder (from the Sound Pack) into the Data folder. You'll then be prompted to "Overwrite" the existing 'events' folder, to which you click "yes to all" when asked. Then follow my directions in my earlier post to you, regarding the 'Default' folder. H
  13. I'm not sure to be honest, as I've never used one and know nothing about them. Search for my FM 2009 Sound Pack topic (a few pages back). If I recall correctly, others gave a yes or no to your question there. Don't have time to look myself I'm afraid, as I really must leave now. Thanks.
  14. Sure, I must be quick though, as just off to work. Open the "FM2010 Sound Pack V1.0" folder. Right click, and 'copy' the events folder. Goto: C:\Program Files\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2010 Demo\data Then simply right click on an empty space, and click 'paste'. Click 'yes' to "overwrite existing files/folders" when prompted to do so. Job done. Do the same process for the "default" folder in the Sound Pack, but instead of clicking on an empty space when pasting into the Data folder, left click once on the 'Sound' folder to highlight it, and then click paste. Again, 'Yes' to "o
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