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DylanBradbury

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  1. I have Windows 7 (64-bit) and it works fine for me.
  2. Do you mean that the year is 2005? If so you can download tywiggins' Schedule Updater/Year Changer as part of MVP Baseball 1994, it'll allow you to change the year to 2013. From the readme file: Additional Instructions If you have tywiggins' Schedule Updater/Year Changer, you can change the year to 2013, rather than the default 2005. 1. When you get to the team select screen, ALT-TAB out of MVP. 2. Load Schedule Updater. 3. Select option 1 and change the year to 2013, and choose if you want players' ages to change. 4. Select option 3, and choose "1" to set the schedule t
  3. You're very welcome; I'm glad I could help. Thank-you for the encouraging words!
  4. Sorry for the delayed reply, I had a bit of a medical situation. I think you can download tywiggins' Schedule Updater/Year Changer as part of MVP Baseball 1994. If not, unfortunately only tywiggins can upload it, as it's his mod.
  5. If you have tywiggins' Schedule Updater/Year Changer, you can change the year to 2012, rather than the default 2005. I believe it's included as part of MVP Baseball 1994. 1. When you get to the team select screen, ALT-TAB out of MVP. 2. Load Schedule Updater. 3. Select option 1 and change the year to 2012, and choose if you want players' ages to change. 4. Select option 3, and choose "4" to set the schedule to start on March 28. 5. ALT-TAB back into MVP and continue as usual.
  6. Save it to the desktop as team.dat (not a text file), and copy it over to the MVPDatabase folder.
  7. I get chills from watching the trailer. I'm generally not a rap music fan and I thought the same thing, perhaps the trailer's creators were attempting to broaden the film's target demographic? After a little digging, I found out the song was made in 2008, and featured in the 2009 film, Notorious.
  8. There's not really a patch. To put the Houston Astros in the American League West, open up your team.dat file, in your MVP database folder with Notepad. Find this line: 00b87f3f1,0 Hou,1 Houston,2 Astros,3 HOU,4 1,5 4,6 22,7 0,8 1,9 0,10 0,11 0,12 1,13 0,14 0,15 0,16 0,17 0,18 0,19 0,20 1,21 0,22 0,23 0,24 0,25 0,26 0,27 0,28 2,29 2,30 0,31 2,32 2,33 2,34 1,35 0,36 0,37 1,38 0,39 0,40 0,41 2,42 1,43 2,44 2,45 1,46 1,47 2,48 2,49 1,50 2,51 1,52 2,53 1,54 0,; and replace it with this line: 00b87f3f1,0 Hou,1 Houston,2 Astros,3 HOU,4 0,5 0,6 22,7 0,8 1,9 0,10 0,11 0,12 1,13 0,14 0,15 0
  9. Thank-you very much, Andy! You're happy thoughts are very much appreciated.
  10. Thanks, Homer! I missed you guys, too, laroquece! I'm glad to be doing better! Thanks for welcoming me back, JR! DJ, you're right: 2012 was certainly a wild ride, one that I'd rather not have been on. Thanks for the kind words of encouragement, too DJ!
  11. Thanks for replying! I'm happy to be back and hope I never have any more health problems, too. (Again, knock-on-wood.)
  12. Thanks for the response, Y4L! 2012 was definitely not my favourite year. I didn’t know about Tony Lazzeri, but it sparked my interest in other athletes–including baseball players–who had or have epilepsy: Grover Cleveland Alexander Tony Lazzeri Hal Lanier (His epilepsy diagnoses is in doubt, some sources say he had it and some say he didn’t. Also, it mentions that his seizures may have been caused by a severe beaning, which would’ve ruled out epilepsy.) Buddy Bell Greg Walker (He actually had a seizure on the field during batting practice before a game: http://articles.lati...797_1_
  13. Thanks Trues! It really is great to be back.
  14. Rather than hijacking other users’ posts, I wanted to explain my disappearance from MVPMods in this thread… 2012 was–without a doubt–the strangest year of my life. It started out normal, but in mid-April, I had a tonic-clonic (they used to be called grand-mal) seizure. I had never had one before, so it was a very scary experience for me. I was in a ton of pain. It was like I was in a really bad fight, where didn’t defend myself, and I got beaten really badly. But, after undergoing a multitude of tests, they concluded it was likely a one-time thing. Unfortunately it wasn’t… I had
  15. Thanks, daflyboys. I'm very glad to be back. I'm also glad I could help with troubleshooting the Random Schedule Generator, as well as update it to include the Astros' move to the American League.
  16. Okeydokey, you'll need to enable macros. 1. In Excel 2007, click the Microsoft Office Button , and then click Excel Options. 2. Click Trust Center, click Trust Center Settings, and then click Macro Settings. 3. Click "Enable all macros (not recommended, potentially dangerous code can run)." Hopefully, It should work then!
  17. I actually created the spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel 2003. Other users who couldn't get the generator to work in the past have managed to get it working using Excel 2007, (http://www.mvpmods.c...pic=38676&st=20). Sometimes, the location of the generator will cause errors. I've managed to create schedules on my desktop. Laroquece, did you ever get it working? If not, is there a specific error message you're getting?
  18. Hey Daflyboys, sorry it took me so long to reply. Y4L and are Jim are both right... Y4L, thank-you very much for the support with my health. It's much appreciated. Jim, you're totally right. Houston is hard-coded in the NL Central in the original spreadsheet.. Along with the original schedule generator spreadsheet, I've uploaded a schedule generator with Houston in the AL West. You can download it here: http://www.mvpmods.com/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=4884
  19. Hey DennisJames! Thank-you again for the very kind welcome! Thanks also for your support about my health. 2012 was a crazy year for me: having seizures, losing my memory, multiple hospital visits, many-a-medical test, having a neurologist that has no idea what he's doing, prescribing medication that it turned out I was dangerously allergic to, refusing to take me off of said medication, and then finding a neurologist that does know what he's doing, etcetera makes for a pretty crazy year. Hopefully I'm here to stay! Thanks again, Dennis!
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