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MLB2K19 Total Frontend 2.1.1

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Just like last year, this mod replaces EVERY 2k12 logo/texture that I could find within the game, including all advertising within every stadium.  Most of the stadium ads are unchanged from last year's mod, except for the ones referencing the 2018 All-Star Game.  Those have been replaced with the 2019 ASG Logo.  The only stadium I couldn't get it to work on was Suntrust Park (Atlanta) since I can't edit textures in @DaSteelerz custom stadium using open source tools.  It's a moot point however, since he's used real-world advertising in his stadiums anyway.  If you see any I may have missed, please feel free to comment and I'll see about finding and replacing it.  As with any mod, remember to back up your files prior to installation.  Unlike last year, I wasn't able to upload it as a single file, so there must be some newer file size limits in place.  The zip file is broken into 6 files, and I recommend using 7zip to extract them.


What's New in Version 2.1.1   See changelog

Released

  • Updated to the new KC Royals primary logo
  • Updated Marlins Uniforms.
  • Minor color adjustments to Marlins colors in ColorCorrectionMarlins.txt to be imported via included roster editor.
  • Reduced shine on batting helmets that was causing color wash.



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lh95223

· Edited by lh95223

  

bro,how to import the proper colors?

I used the roster editor to open the file "uniform",but can't find where i can change the number and the English alphabet.

Could you help me? I came this forum first time.

THX BRO.

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Response from the author:

Just open the roster editor, click the browse button at the top to find and open your roster. Once your roster is loaded, click the uniform tab at the top right. Then click the import button and select the Marlins.txt file. Once imported click save.

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Exceller1

  

Thank You !

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Enryke86

· Edited by Enryke86

  

this version what it is the diferent to the other version??

Response from the author:

The previous versions used stock 2K12 files before I modified the images.  This version uses MLB2K15 Total Mod as a base before I modified the images.  So many people use MLB2K15 Total Mod that it only made sense to use it as a base.

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nmoore81

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Love that this game.keeps.getting updated to the current year. Keep up the good work. U guys are always doing god's work

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bytheway151

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Wonderful contribution. Thank you very much

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DiegoR75

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

excelent job👍

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jorodedo

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Excellent work my friend, thank you.

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lcde0759

   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

 

I couldn’t have done it without you.😀

Thanks for being such a star.
This means a lot to me.

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