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That shouldn't be happening.
Unfortunately I haven't been able to replicate your experience yet in order to figure out how to fix it.
Could you possibly experiment with dragging the edges of the browser window to resize it and see what effect it has. As it gets narrower it should automatically resize all the way to mobile sizes.
I'm not saying that's a "fix" it just might provide an indication as to why it's happening.
If you find an exact size the problem occurs could you visit this webpage and tell me the exact dimensions of your browser window at the time: http://howbigismybrowser.com/
Anyone else have this big blank space on the right?
I'm also not keen on the column before it. I know we want to advertise the shop but can that not be moved to part of the header and the option to minimise the rest of that column to the right?
Hi! I'm extracting the megapack and the app asks me if I want to replace files. I don't have any other face packs. What should I do? Here's how it looks like https://drive.google.com/file/d/11KFMrJbodyrFC_DyxUxsT83FGTGQT3DH/view?usp=sharing
No, for the simple reason that the area for the text string to appear is smaller one some pages, which is why there are two separate kind of names.
If you really wanted to, you could use the club name change method illustrated in the first post to manually change them all yourself, which would be save-game compatible, but as you can imagine, it's a hell of a lot of work for only cosmetic benefit.
I can't remember but it could well be that the .PNG's were added initially. FM doesn't read PNG's but only png's (don't ask me why) and so when this issue was spotted, these 2 cuts (and maybe more) were added to the megapack in png format to ensure they are visible in-game. Certainly nothing to worry about That's it, it's really rather simple.
Did you go to preferences and reload your skin ?
The problem isn't with putting it within S folder, but in the Steam installation path. Just put it somewhere other than S:\Steam and you'll be fine.
I hadn't understood you originally, sorry. Can I just counsel strongly AGAINST placing custom graphics in the Steam installation folder? Put them anywhere other than there.
If the user data folder isn't the default one (i.e. Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2019), then you need to change the preferences from Steam. If you've done this already, you may need to refresh your skin cache from the preferences and reload your skin.
I thought I'd answer this part of your question now whilst I have a minute to spare
The XML should always be placed in the new user data folder (in the same way that you'd put facepacks and logo's in the user folder)
I'll take a look at where you folders are placed, when I'm back on my home PC
Yep, it is. You've put the skin into a sub folder of the skins folder. It needs to go direckerly into the skins folder. I.e. skins/steklo_x3 not skins/steklo_x3/steklo_x3