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Sean O

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  1. Hear, hear. Well put.
  2. I highly doubt a Sony game is going to be a non-Sony Playstation exclusive. Now, given, I haven't purchased The Show since 2009, but I gave up on it entirely because it was 100% focused on the hitting at the expense of pitching. Also, the RTTS goals were stupid. Like, if I'm an AL closer, needing to put points into bunting is idiocy. Have they made any improvements to pitching and/or fixed RTTS goals?
  3. By 1938, we have 100% stadium coverage. If you are a little earlier, let me know and I can say how far we are.
  4. I've been making "John Newbery's Total Classic Rounders 1744". It's a great show, old chap. If we had good quality stadiums, I'd love more stuff earlier than the 40s.
  5. Yup, I recall this. Seems it generated a lot of interest, then... died.
  6. I'm trying to remember my approach by the time I got to my final projects. I definitely used removable.o more than mstadium.o, since iirc removable.o was not subject to MVP's annoying tendency to remove items that were determined to be off screen. However, for some items, I would offload to one of the other .o files simply because my latter projects were so so gigantic and going past what was possible with the MVP engine.
  7. Would love to help.... but I forgot. Good luck!
  8. Happy holidays Mark, nice to see you around now and then.
  9. Some one could help me

  10. Version

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    There are 6 versions of Fenway included in this file. 1936: Bullpens in foul ground, with a huge RF corner. Ads on the Monster. Sunny and cloudy versions. 1946: Bullpens added in front of the RF bleachers, seating added down LF and RF line. Sunny and cloudy versions. Usable for TC 1946. 1956: Lights added. Screen added to top of RF bleachers. Ads removed from the monster. Day and nite versions. Usable for TC 1951, 1956, 1961 and 1964. 1967: Monster changed to plastic (modern) covering. Day and nite versions. Usable for 1967 and 1969. 1978: Walls cover the top of bleachers. Scoreboard added to CF. Day and nite versions. Usable for TC 1978 and 1988. 1995: Scoreboard expanded in CF. Padding added to all field walls. .406 club and roof seating added. Day and nite versions. Usable for TC 1994 and 1998. Installation: choose the version you'd like to install (any file can be put in any version of MVP), and copy files to your mvp\data\stadium directory. Thanks to paulw for graphical work. If you enjoy these files, please consider donating to MVPmods. Your contributions help keep this great site running.
  11. Version

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    Fenway Park circa 1912 (accurate for Total Classics 1927) Installation: Place in your mvp\data\stadium folder. This will overwrite your existing Fenway Park installation. There is a sunny and cloudy version in place of day and nite. Thanks to paulw for graphical work.
  12. Any questions about the parks Jim?
  13. Here are the status of the 1927 stadiums: AL: Yankee Stadium: heavily changed Shibe Park: stock from EA Griffith Stadium: stock from EA Navin Field: changed, unavailable Comiskey Park: changed, unavailable League Park: done from Sean O Sportsman's Park: unchanged from '40s/'50s Fenway Park I: done from EA NL: Forbes Field: stock from EA Sportsman's Park: unchanged from '40s/'50s Polo Grounds: stock from EA Wrigley field: heavily changed Crosley Field: stock from EA Ebbets Field: done from Sean O Braves Field: done from Sean O Baker Bowl: done from Sean O So, Wrigley, Navin (tiger), Comiskey and Yankee Stadium are way off. Everything else is essentially stock from EA, or otherwise already changed.
  14. And, mind, updating the .loc files with loclook wouldn't take all that much time. How about we open source '27 to completion? Well, everyone except me, since I'll spend most of the next month heavily sedated, but when I wake I want to see '27 done.