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Last few years all I'd have to do to recolour them is edit these lines in the settings.xml. This year though, it's not working at all, anyone know what's changed and/or what I should be doing?
Hello! I really have a problem to see the differences between the match ratings of the "last 5 games" since the bars are all blue colored. I saw a skin with different colours for different performances/ratings. I like this a lot, but I am very happy with the light standard skin, too. So my question: Is it possible to keep the skin, but changing only colours for last 5 games ratings? I was looking for an answer at this forum, but my english is not the best. Maybe I missed the right answer. Sorry and thank you very much for you help.
Football Manager 2017 Match In-Between Highlights Mods If you downloaded last years mod then you know what to do by now, the instructions are pretty much the same as not much has changed to the coding of the actual files, I've made a couple of tweaks to improve the content of the panels but the main change is just updating the file locations. Like the last couple of versions the match screen we have in Football Manager 2017 is a hybrid TV-Classic view mode where again if there are no hightlights you are left on the pitch view instead of switching back to the last panel you were on, where we are left with a small pop-up giving us some information like the old TV-View widgets. The default FM17 panel has been improved slightly but is still rather limited especially if you are using a larger resolution. As with Football Manager 2016 I have modified the panel to use the adaptive panels used elsewhere in the game this means the panel will resize itself depending on what resolution you are using (meaning no editing of the xml file just to get it working) and will also display extra panels if you have the space. Again this year there are two versions for each mode of FM2017 (Full Mode and Touch Mode) rather than being two for each skin this is because there are eight default skins this year, which would take a lot of extra work to create individual mods for each skin. Normal - Maximizes the size of the in-between match highlights panel positioned in the centre of the screen and leaving space for the match feed notifications down the right. (For the Touch version some of the match feed overlays the panel even in this mode as the feed takes up more room in Touch mode). Wide - Maximizes the size of the in-between match highlights panel, but this time uses up the full width of the screen, this allows for more information to be shown at smaller screen resolutions, but the match feed items when displayed will cover parts of the top right side of the panel, unless you turn off the match feed. Outside of the match screen these mods make no changes. A Couple of Notes: - The Shots panel isn't working 100%, it just seems to display the overall shots instead of the last five mins, first half or just second half stats. However the default files have the same problem and the content of this panel isn't really user editable so it will have to wait for a patch to fix it. - Team Names on the League Table can be cut off depending on your resolution, again not much I can do to fix this as it uses the same tables as the rest of the skin so messing with it would cause issues elsewhere, though their should still be enough of the team name shown to work out who is who. Any other issues let me know, I tested it through a couple of games and didn't noticed anything else Installation Instructions For Full Mode Version: If you are using the default skins: - Place the panels and graphics folders into your User Data Location which by default is: Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2017\ If you are using a custom skin: - Place the panels and graphics folders inside the folder for the skin you are using, by default this will be: Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2017\skins\<skin_name>\ Then load game from the Preferences -> Interface Menu turn off the skin cache and reload your skin for the changes to be loaded. For Touch Mode Version: After unzipping place the panels folder inside the folder for the skin you are using, by default this will be: Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager Touch 2017\skins\<skin_name>\ If you are using one of the default FMTouch Skins then you will need to download and switch to one of the Base FMTouch Skins. Then load game from the Preferences -> Interface Menu turn off the skin cache and reload your skin for the changes to be loaded. To change the item shown in each panel just select the drop down arrow in the top right hand corner of each panel and select the view you want. So if you want to change the Left Panel from the Overview to the Match Stats view, just select Match Stats in the dropdown menu. If you want to change the appearance of the content that appears in the individual menus then you will need to follow the instructions in the Advanced Instructions section below. Advanced Instructions These are largely the same as last year so if you used last years version you should know what to do. How to Enable Different Views How to Adjust the Size of the Panels How to Change Kit/Logo & Text Sizes on Overview View Instructions for Skinners For futher information you can also refer to the thread for last years version as most of the queries raised their should still apply this year, you just need to remember that the file locations may have moved in FM17. Screenshots show a sample of available views and the panel at different resolutions, each version has the same views and panels enabled. Football Manager 2017 Match Highlights Mod Screenshots Football Manager 2017 Match Highlights Wide Mod Screenshots Football Manager Touch 2017 Match Highlights Mod Screenshots Football Manager Touch 2017 Match Highlights Wide Mod Screenshots For full details and download links for each version follow the below link: FM17 Match in Between Highlights Mods Download Page --- Redistribution Terms You are free to post this content to your website provided: 1. It is not sold or behind a paywall. 2. You don't advertise it as being exclusive to your website. 3. My username and blog address are included: http://michaeltmurrayuk.blogspot.co.uk/