Ignore the .bak file as it's just a backup of your league.Hi guys
I have edited my database via the data editor whereupon I've created new nation rules and new leagues etc...and started a game which works perfectly fine. Now, a friend of mine wants this same league on his FM12 game. I've noticed on this site that the custom database files are .dbc files. My editor produces 2 editor data files which are .bak and .xml files, not .dbc file. How would I go about doing getting this custom database on his computer? Would I have to transfer both the .bak and .xml editor data files to his computer and put in the FM folder? Do we both need to have the same version of FM12 (meaning same patches)? Or is there something else I need do?
If this has already been answered, can you please kindly link me to it? Thanks
You need to increase his CA then.sorry if this has been asked already but i made a new player who with 200 PA and 157 CA, he plays for southend. basically i gave him pretty awesome stats but when i start the new game it lowers all the stats down to average ones, far lower than i had put and his current ability will stay at 3 1/2 stars, as well as him staying a CAM (i changed him to ST when i edited the database again). i dont get it... how can i get him the stats i want?
It is possible. Your best option is to find a free agents database to download and then edit the league structure, budgets etc from that database.Hey guys,
sorry if this has already been asked or if this is a stupid question but
is there a way I could have a world super league database with the best 40 teams in the world in 4 groups of 10 with continual promotion/relegation but then all the players within the database start off as free agents and all the teams in my super league have the same wage + transfer budget and equal reputation?
Would love it if anyone could help,
Ok cheers, is there anywhere I can get help creating this type of league structure? because I've tried and its been a bit difficult for meIt is possible. Your best option is to find a free agents database to download and then edit the league structure, budgets etc from that database.
I'm not 100% sure what you mean, but you must have the same number of teams in a division each season.is there any way to make league of 16 teams (top divison) have 12 teams and then next year to have 10 teams (3 teams go to second divison and 1 promoted)?
I don't think so, it's based on reputation and wage budget.i would like to see if there is a way to put in wage limits into the game,
so no one could earn more than 50k and younger players cannot earn more than 1k per week.