2D Kits for Flutskin FM 19 - Titlebar and Player Overview Panel - SEASON 2019/20

Many people have asked me how should proceed in order to the FLUTSKIN for display the 2D club kit front in player overview panel.
Thus, with permission of PATRES10 (thanks, my friend!), I decided to do a pack already ready to use in the game.

Here is the 1.0 version of this pack, for SEASON 19/20
You can use it in FM19 until you have FM20

It contains all the kits made for 2019/20 season in beautiful FC'12 style.

Update to version 2.0:

mediafire v.2

uploaded v.2

I think this is an add on you will like it since the kits are in the same style I use as 2D default in FLUTSKIN.

How to add Flut Skin in FM19

Download and extract the .rar file (using either 7-Zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for Mac).

Place the "52DKitsasleftlogos" folder here:
Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2019\graphics|logos
1. Create the folder "graphics" if it doesn't exist.
2. Start FM19 with one of the versions of FLUTSKIN for FM
3. You should see the 2D kits front in titlebar and in the player overview panel

Enjoy it!
Comments
Day Tripper
9 years ago
3 days ago
292
Premium
I’ll try and post my ‘2d kits logo left file’ tomorrow. I’ve only done English leagues 1-4 though so far.


English leagues 1-4 logo left kits for 20/21.

Unzip and put the files in this folder path:
C:\Users\Owner\Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2020\graphics\52DKitsasleftlogos\Europe\England

Kinkladze10
11 years ago
3 hours ago
70
English leagues 1-4 logo left kits for 20/21.

Unzip and put the files in this folder path:
C:\Users\Owner\Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2020\graphics\52DKitsasleftlogos\Europe\England

Total legend bro 👍
bakizp
14 years ago
16 minutes ago
2,471
For all of you guys wanting to implement your updated SS kits collection into this mod:

You will need program called Notepad ++ to edit stuff.
Download it from here

Step 1
1. Copy your entire single folder with all SS kits and paste it in the logos folder of the game
2. Download the Notepad++ (it's free)
3. Open Notepad++
4. Click on binoculars icon
5. In the new opened window choose the tab Find in Files
6. In Directory, browse to the new folder with SS kits you created (i.e. C:\Users\user\Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2020\graphics\pictures\logos\your copied folder with SS kits
7. In the field Find what type team
8. In the field Replace with type club
9. In the field Filters type *.xml
10. Click on Replace in Files

Step 2
1. In the field Find what type kits/home
2. In the field Replace with type logo/background/left
3. Click on Replace in Files

Step 3
1. In the field Find what type kits/away
2. The field Replace with must be empty
3. Click on Replace in Files

Step 4
1. In the field Find what type kits/third
2. The field Replace with must be empty
3. Click on Replace in Files

Credit to @flut for his original tutorial.I just edited it to follow the changes in Notepad++ and added instruction 9 in step 1 to make the whole process significantly faster.
R Charlston
7 years ago
22 minutes ago
216
Premium
Thanks, assume that puts the new SS kits in the player profile

How do you get the kits to show in the match build up, is this possible?
Jeff's72
8 years ago
15 hours ago
668
English leagues 1-4 logo left kits for 20/21.

Unzip and put the files in this folder path:
C:\Users\Owner\Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2020\graphics\52DKitsasleftlogos\Europe\England


bournemouth are not in the prem anymore nor Norwich
Day Tripper
9 years ago
3 days ago
292
Premium
bournemouth are not in the prem anymore nor Norwich


Yeah I know, but it doesn't matter as long as the Config file is correct - which it is.
Kinkladze10
11 years ago
3 hours ago
70
For all of you guys wanting to implement your updated SS kits collection into this mod:

You will need program called Notepad ++ to edit stuff.
Download it from here

Step 1
1. Copy your entire single folder with all SS kits and paste it in the logos folder of the game
2. Download the Notepad++ (it's free)
3. Open Notepad++
4. Click on binoculars icon
5. In the new opened window choose the tab Find in Files
6. In Directory, browse to the new folder with SS kits you created (i.e. C:\Users\user\Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2020\graphics\pictures\logos\your copied folder with SS kits
7. In the field Find what type team
8. In the field Replace with type club
9. In the field Filters type *.xml
10. Click on Replace in Files

Step 2
1. In the field Find what type kits/home
2. In the field Replace with type logo/background/left
3. Click on Replace in Files

Step 3
1. In the field Find what type kits/away
2. The field Replace with must be empty
3. Click on Replace in Files

Step 4
1. In the field Find what type kits/third
2. The field Replace with must be empty
3. Click on Replace in Files

Credit to @flut for his original tutorial.I just edited it to follow the changes in Notepad++ and added instruction 9 in step 1 to make the whole process significantly faster.


Dude this is awesome, took me 2 mins and all my new kits are showing correctly - TOPMAN
6scholl6
9 years ago
3 hours ago
533
Premium
Dude this is awesome, took me 2 mins and all my new kits are showing correctly - TOPMAN


But do you have this too?

https://abload.de/thumb/1pkk9w.png
Jeff's72
8 years ago
15 hours ago
668
But do you have this too?

https://abload.de/thumb/1pkk9w.png


yes i have it you will have to live with it for now and wait and see how it is on fm21
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