High quality Football Manager Logopack
Good quality has been emphasised in the making of DVX Logos for Football Manager. This means that:
- The pack only contains logos of sharp consistent standard that have little to no compression artifacts
- The logos have been processed carefully and have no jagged edges.
- Many logos have been redrawn or heavily retouched to maintain high quality.
Made for High In-Game Zoom
If you use a high level of in-game zoom (above 125%), the logopack of choice should contain images in large size. Otherwise logos may look blurry on many screens in game.
- The largest logo images within the DVX pack are 360 px in height, which is twice the FM standard, and much larger than is found in most logopacks.
- Due to the big image size, DVX Logos display an excellent quality with up to 200% in-game zoom.
- 2022.01 - Released on 21 Dec 2021
Step 1) Where to put Football Manager Graphics
Once you've downloaded a Football Manager Graphic Pack and extracted it you should be left with a single folder on your computer. You're going to need to move that folder into a special location where Football Manager can find it.
Apple: Where to put the FM Graphic Packs on Mac
You will need to copy the folder to this location:
/Users/<yourname>/Library/Application Support/Sports Interactive/Football Manager 2022/graphics
You may find it difficult to find this exact location, to make it easier, use the following instructions:
a) Open Finder
b) Click “Go” from the menubar and select “Go to Folder” (alternatively press Shift+CMD+G)
c) Copy in the following: ~/Library/Application Support/Sports Interactive/
d) Open the “Football Manager 2022” folder
e) Open the “graphics” folder (or created it if it doesn't exist)
f) Move the downloaded files into the ”graphics" folder
Windows: Where to put the FM Graphic Packs on Windows
Simply move the folder to the following location:
Documents/Sports Interactive/Football Manager 2022/graphics
What if I don't have a graphics folder?
If you don't have a “graphics” folder simply create it 🙂
The downloaded files ends with .zip, .rar, .7z
If you have a file that ends in .zip, .rar or .7z then you'll need to extract the files before installing them. These files are called “archives” and are a way to compress a folder into a single file for downloading but you'll need to open them and get the folder that's in them before installing. DO NOT put these files in your graphics folder, it won't work.
Step 2) How to refresh graphics in Football Manager
Unfortunately even though you have the folder in the right place Football Manager won't automatically pick up the new files. You're going to have to go in and tell Football Manager to reload your graphics.
Simply follow these instructions:
a) Open Football Manager
b) Click Preferences on the start screen (or if you're already in a game FM Logo > Preferences)
c) Click the “Advanced” tab
d) On the right hand side select “interface”
e) Scroll down the Skin Heading
f) Uncheck “Use caching to decrease page loading times”
g) Tick “Reload skin when confirming changes to preferences”
h) Click “Reload Skin”
And now your graphics should be appearing.
You should go back into the preferences and follow the same steps but this time tick “Use caching to decrease page loading times”, this will help with the long term performance of the game, but needed to be unticked to install these graphics.