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Issues with Background skins and huge database

Started on 28 October 2014 by kiicki
Latest Reply on 29 October 2014 by kiicki
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I have tried two of the skins that is available here on fmscout. (Scorpio and Slymlyne)

Scorpio doesn't have any problems as I can see.

Slymlyne have the issue when after you select the countries you want in the game, you cannot select what league you want to use. I find this very odd. You also cannot chose how big your database is going to be.
If anyone have a fix for this, please let me know.

Also, non of these two skins works with classic mode. Just the normal mode.


And for the huge database. I have downloaded it, and pastet the Panels folder to football manager 2015.
The issue is that it's only working with normal mode, and not classic.

With normal mode, you would get Small, medium, large and huge with the database filder.

On classic you could only chose small, medium and large. I don't know if this has been like this in the past, as I haven't played FM since FM 2013.
Neither skin or database option will work for Classic mode, Classic mode runs differently.
Do you know if it has ever been a skin for classic mode? It's not that I don't like the classic skin, It's just that there is a problem with staff. you cannot see the mental attributes on a staff on classic mode. the letters is white, and so is the background. And it doesn't matter what team you are, because the background won't change color. So the only way is to change skin, and maybe that would help, or i would need to wait for a patch. I know it's just a beta, but that was a silly mistake by them. if the tactical attributes are black, why make the mental attributes white? doesn't make any sentence.

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