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Hi all, As I'm fairly new to these forums and to modding of FM in general, I thought I'd ask here about something that's been on my mind for a while since I discovered Jovovich's scoreboard selector. I apologise beforehand if the question has been asked before or if I missed an FAQ about this. In a quest to improve immersion as far as we can in FM, what I'm wondering is if it's possible to overhaul the matchday layouts to reflect the competition you are playing in, e.g. LaLiga, Premier League, Champions League, etc. The aim being that you get the appropriate graphics for each competition including the lineups and everything, not just the scoreboards. Ideally, you would have the game itself choose when to display the appropriate graphics (or mod it that way) , not having to apply a selector each time. Just for an impression of what I mean I've added some screenshots for similar mods that've been made for PES 2020. Would anything like this be possible, and if so, how would it be done? Thanks!
I would like to have a league table where you can sort the matchdays. Now you can only watch the "last 5 games" but I would like to have for example "from 1st matchday" "to 20 matchday" so you can have a better view. Sorry for my English I hope you get what I mean
A friend and I are still in our first season, but we ran into something weird. Our B-team always plays their matches on the same day as our first team. That way we can never let some players play with our B-team to get their condition or form up. Now we've enabled the option that our games are on the same days all the time, so we don't have to wait on each other. But this shouldn't affect our B-team as well right? Or in any case, these games shouldn't be on the same day at all, since they play a game in a different, lower league. We're playing in the Eredivisie, Netherlands. And our B-team is playing in the Keuken kampioen Divisie. Anybody else that got this same problem, and found a fix for it?