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  1. Yep, I'm nearly done with it, but I've been incredibly busy over the past few weeks and haven't had the chance to finish it up yet. It is coming though.
  2. Version 0.1.1


    Works similarly to the SMB2 Transfer Tool. Teampack instructions 1. If you haven't already, download the current version of the Team Transfer Tool for SMB3. I recommend finding a folder to place it in by itself to keep things organised. 2. Download the team packs that you want to import and place them either inside the same folder, or inside a subfolder of the tool folder if you prefer to keep things organised. 3. Launch the tool. Hit 1 to enter import mode. 4. Use the navigation to select the team pack that you're looking for. 5. When it says Done! you're good
  3. Version 0.2.0


    A tool to edit various things in the save file outside of the game. This tool may break your save file, make sure you back it up. This is a GUI extension of the original Team Transfer Tool that allows for more extensive editing, such as player names, attributes, positions, as well as changing team names and home stadiums. It still includes the features of the Team Transfer Tool so you can do everything in the one tool. I can be contacted via GitLab, on the tool subreddit, on Discord as AFerrea#0813, or by here. I try to keep track of the comments on posts ev
  4. Being able to import into older versions of the game is on my to-do list, but there's no guarantee that it's going to be possible either for all versions or just some.
  5. Sorry, I didn't see this previously. If you go onto Explorer and type %LOCALAPPDATA% in the address bar, then go into Metalhead, then Super Mega Baseball 2, there may be multiple numbered folders in there, each with a savedata.sav file. Since the tool can't automatically know which one to select, it quits rather than risking breaking a save file.
  6. File this one under "developer is an idiot". I made a mistake when converting old team packs and my tests didn't pick it up. 0.4.3 should work, a couple of people have tested it and told me it does. Sorry for the inconvenience. I'll get there eventually.
  7. This one's a known issue, Update 4 broke a couple of things - I'm literally about to upload a hopefully fixed version now.
  8. Version 1.0.1


    These are stats that I converted from OOTP ratings to SMB2 ratings. Included are ratings for all MLB players from 1901-2018, and various foreign and independent leagues for 2018, including NPB, KBO, and the Italian and Dutch baseball leagues. The zip file also includes a simple PowerShell script to allow you to search the whole csv directory by a player name, but note that OOTP sometimes adds middle initials to players, which may mean that a simple search by name cannot find them. The 2018 ratings are the ratings that were used in the Project Awesome pack.
  9. If the error looks something like sqlite3.OperationalError: no such table: t_baseball_player_colors then the problem is that the save data is out of date. Make sure you're on the latest update of the game (Update 3 at time of writing), and then trigger a save by starting a game or changing something in the customisation menus. If that isn't the problem, if you can provide the error message either by copy and paste or screenshot, I can advise you much better.
  10. Version 0.4.9


    A tool to transfer various pieces of data between saves in Super Mega Baseball 2. Before using this tool, you should close Super Mega Baseball 2. You could potentially corrupt your save file if you use this tool while Super Mega Baseball 2 is running. The tool will automatically find your save file, although if for whatever reason you have multiple save files inside the save game location, the tool will refuse to continue. It is also recommended that you create a folder to store the tool and the tool files in. This allows you to organize them any way you wis
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