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Gordo

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  1. TiT is not an "installed" application like other applications you may load to your computer. It's a stand alone application and that is why you want it to reside in the main folder of your MVP game (or if you have multiple installs, one in each of those main folders).
  2. Dennis is especially good at this stuff. Stadiums master.
  3. Good thought.... gonna play around with it (this gets in the way when you're doing fantasy drafts as well .... these guys always end up on some teams) Addendum: I took out all the names from the names.csv in rookies.big and the game crashed.
  4. Version 1.0.0

    18 downloads

    Sliders for MVP All-Star level (SIMULATION PACK). See that upload for instructions.
  5. Seems unavoidable. If you notice in the manager's area, if you "reset FA pool" and look at it, you'll see only your FAs and a few hidden ones at the bottom. But, as soon as you go back to the rosters and then back the FA pool, they return. I've even tried to reset, then save the roster, then load, but they appear. Seems hard-coded. I think EA blew it on this one.
  6. Minor appearance update: No, I don't really know if he likes Country music! Also, change glove types for the following 1B: Guzman, TEX -- change to 1B mitt Thames, MIL -- change to 1B mitt Walker, ARI -- change to 1B mitt Castro, DET -- change to 1B mitt and primary position to 1B
  7. As good as 2K's models were for NFL 2K5, I don't understand why they look like they do for MLB 2K and NHL 2K10 for that matter.
  8. Not possible. Unless you have already started a franchise / season, which will contain the rosters you started with. When you bring the rosters in this way, you are making them the default rosters. After you have loaded them, go into the manager's area. You should see them properly there.
  9. Sorry, I don't do cyberfaces or manage the ID nos.
  10. Re: W7, you looked at the first few posting in this thread?
  11. I recorded a full game to somewhat simulate how this could work .... acting like both managers. There's one drawback to this: since it is a PC v PC game, the PC could make a managing decision before you do (e.g., bring in a relief pitcher, a pinch hitter, pinch runner, etc.). It will also require the home team (game controlling) manager to be on his toes to pause for the visiting manager/team. But there is one possible solution to this latter point. Team Viewer would allow dual control on a computer, but I'm not sure how comfortable anyone would be with that. Largely we'd be a small group and I think we would trust each other during the game to only control the game. The other part is communication. If we are viewing the game in full screen mode (not sure if Team Viewer can handle that), then we'd need some type of audio communication, like TeamSpeak (I think it's called), but unsure if there's a fee with that. TeamViewer is free. Come to think of it TeamViewer might have audio/microphone capabilities. Alternately, I know you can put TeamViewer in "remote view only" mode, meaning the manager joining the home team computer can view only and not control anything. In that case, the home manager would need to be attentive and pause right away when the visiting manager requests it, because the game will move along quickly. I'll upload the video later once I get it conditioned and sized properly (from set up to finish it was only a hour). It wasn't a bad game either and I demonstrated what slight slider tweaking can do. The other consideration would be, as the team manager, have your lineups you want vs L and vs R and be familiar with your relievers so that not a lot of time is spent in set up and when looking around the bullpen for warming up and calling in later in the game. That is, you should know who your true middle reliever guys are vs. setup guys and closer, despite where they presently are in the roster.
  12. As mentioned numerous times throughout the threads, other than a scant few who somehow can play with W10, yes W7 or XP is your best bet. You can keep it "vanilla" and still do some minor modding (grass changer, updated logos). MVP 15 is going to get you more globally up to date cyberface wise (the models.big file contains those), so you could actually install 2 versions of the game, take the models.big file from your MVP 15 install and copy to your "vanilla" install. But like Jim said, you'll want to install all, if not most, cyberfaces made since that time. Then follow the instructions to install the rosters. Your only other alternative is to change every custom cyberface in the rosters to something between 901-915.
  13. No, when you're online you want to get the game in..... not necessarily make a night of it. Bullpen sliders would favor warming guys up and keeping them warmed up without any penalty. But they still need time to warm up even on maximum allowance. If we do this, the main interest would be set it up, watch the game play and make the subs as needed. That's it.
  14. No. I've been in a league previously and a fantasy draft is a headache. We'd be using the up to date rosters (end of season 19). It wouldn't be as necessary to get the critical files, really only the roster file so that coaching decisions would be made, as well as making sure everyone is using the same slider settings. Initially I"m thinking the interaction order/play would go something like this (provided all the files and communication tools are in place and the schedule is set) : Both "coaches" meet in the viewing platform (Twitch?) with the home team responsible for all controls and set up (set up and substitutions) in the game. It will be easy to keep an MVP level of sliders to play in this fashion. The visiting coach may want to run the game in windowed mode (easy to do) on their own computer just to look at subs and bullpen warm-ups changes easily. Communication ideally can happen with a headset/audio; video isn't necessary and can actually possibly slow down the frame rate on certain computers. I would assume that Twitch or whatever viewing mechanism we would use, would have a built in chat in case audio fails. Once both coaches acknowledge that the lineups are correct, the home coach starts the game, making sure it is started in MVP level of play and the proper sliders are loaded. The game is now viewed by both players. Both coaches are expected to give their full attention to the game as if they were playing. If the visiting coach wants a timeout, he would need to communicate that at which point the home coach would carry through and confirm what is wanted being careful not to sub in the wrong player. (We could get into setting defensive alignments, though keeping it minimal since that can slow down the game tremendously) Upon both agreeing the game can be resumed, the home coach resumes the game and play proceeds. So essentially, this is the PC v PC, with the home team controlling the action and both coaches making moves throughout the game. I would recommend downloading the PC v PC rosters and going to the thread for the set up and watching a few games to get a feel of it if you haven't already. It's not difficult.
  15. Search the forums. There's a thread on it.
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