Unzip & Run

TIPS:

1. This program doesn't require installation. Just run
it and you should be fine. If you cannot run it due
to some dll file missing, check this site:
http://www.dll-files.com/

2. In the application's main window you can see one
edit box, two buttons, two checkboxes and many radio
buttons.

3. In the edit box on the top goes the full path for
the folder with the images. You can also click
the browse button and choose from the window that
appears or you can drag and drop folders.

4. The bottom two checkboxes allow you to choose whether
you want to automatically process dragged folders
(in this way you can drag more than one folder at
once) and whether you want to overwrite the
possibly already existing config.xml files in the
folders you are going to process.

5. The radio buttons allow you to choose the type of
pictures the folder contains. For users creating
config.xml files for a FM version prior to 2007,
keep in mind that titlebars and huge and small logos
were only introduced in FM2007, but the other
options should work just fine.

6. Your picture files (.png) should have the resource ID
as filename. For kits, the filename must start with
the resource ID and end in "home", "h" or "1" for
home kits, "away", "a" or "2" for away kits and
"third", "t" or "3" for third kits. It may have
whatever you want as a separator for these two parts,
or even no separator at all, unless you use the
"XXXXXX 1.png" method.

7. Enjoy!
Comments
Willz72
15 years ago
2 minutes ago
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can you add fmc stadium to this
hoops_jeff
3 years ago
1 year ago
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how can I change competition logos on football manager 2018 pc using the editor?
hoops_jeff
3 years ago
1 year ago
2
how can I change competition logos on football manager 2018 pc using the editor?
MKDons666
14 years ago
7 months ago
72
how can I change competition logos on football manager 2018 pc using the editor?

I dont think it's to do with the editor it's to do with the graphics you put in and the competition code from the DB that change the logo.
Qvordrup
13 years ago
5 hours ago
132,550

What do you mean? doesn't work how? I use it and it work just fine.....
Gee_Simpson
11 years ago
3 weeks ago
172
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What do you mean? doesn't work how? I use it and it work just fine.....


Qvordrup
13 years ago
5 hours ago
132,550


Put the exe file and the dll in a folder.
Gee_Simpson
11 years ago
3 weeks ago
172
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Put the exe file and the dll in a folder.


Tried that and it still doesn't work.
Qvordrup
13 years ago
5 hours ago
132,550
Tried that and it still doesn't work.


Then create a shortcut to the exe and put that on your desktop.
Gee_Simpson
11 years ago
3 weeks ago
172
Premium
Then create a shortcut to the exe and put that on your desktop.


No luck unfortunately
Qvordrup
13 years ago
5 hours ago
132,550
No luck unfortunately


Add this dll into the folder
Gee_Simpson
11 years ago
3 weeks ago
172
Premium
Add the dll in the folder with this one


Okay so it didn't work. Then I tried to add that dll file to the folder instead of replacing it and it worked 🙂 Seems you need both dll files.

Anyway, I ended up making the pack with the other program in the end before I managed to get this one to work. I made those files into a facepack xml then just changed /portrait"/> to /background"/> for all and that worked. I'll use this for the future though as there will be less hassle this way.

Thanks for your help.

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