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proiterer

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  1. The file you'd need to edit is the manager.dat located in the MVP Baseball 2005/data/database folder. The code appearing in the first row is each team's code, in my game's file the Astros' code is 03fc4c23d.
  2. Hello, thanks for your interest in this project. I have been working on it, mostly on the rosters, it's just that all this pandemic situation changed my job dynamic completely which slowed me down a bit, but the plan still is moving forward.
  3. PlayStation 2 DualShock with USB adapter.
  4. Many thanks for your help, guys! Been working on the organizations' full rosters on all levels during my free time and so far there are about 8 of them ready.
  5. If someone's willing to, it'd be nice for Shane Bieber to get a cyberface. He's gonna be the Opening Day starter for Cleveland this year after his 259 K's All-Star MVP season.
  6. Many thanks for letting me use them, I'm trying to keep every new player balanced to match these rosters you did as a base standard but taking everything from as much real data as possible, so of course that any extra resource that you could send my way will be very useful and greatly appreciated (and tips! I've learned a lot from reading about your experiences with MVPedit on the forums). Will be sending you a private message requesting them, I'm really curious about those. As for the some other aspects of the project: Faces: Almost all faces for currently active MLB players published here at MVP Mods have been compiled and matched to their official IDs. Looking forward to incorporate new cyberfaces made by all the talented guys who have been working on them. Same as with the portraits, will try to avoid overwriting any classic unlockable players' faces in the base game.
  7. Thanks a lot for the support! All those great uniforms BallFour made definitely played a big part in influencing me to work on this project. Currently using all his 2019 (and prior) uniforms for all MLB and MiLB teams but individually selecting each because for some reason the game seems to have some issues when using certain slots and I'm avoiding overwriting the classic uniforms from the original game so they can be unlocked and used normally, or at the very least only update them (example: the 1982 Brewers one he did). Intend to switch to the latest 2020 uniforms later, of course. Stadiums: Also using BallFour's SunTrust Park, now Truist Park, that's one of the things that will need updating and I'm willing to work on, would be nice to bring the stadium signs up to date but my knowledge regarding that field is limited, been doing some test with Guaranteed Rate Field and T-Mobile Park already tho. I understand that you specialize on stadiums, @bctrackboi11? It'd be awesome if you could take part by helping out on that front or anything else you'd like, please, just lemme know. Most other stadiums being used are selected from the outstanding work by Pirate, dennisjames71 and guaro1379 featured in the downloads section, will detail further on this later on. Logos: BallFour's logos for all current MiLB teams are being put to use in this mod as well. I think they're all complete with the current franchises' names and image save for the Sod Poodles. Also there might be need to update all MLB logos because they've changed a bit since the 2018 ones found here but that's something I haven't dared to dabble in yet. Portraits: All MLB players featured in 2019 Gordo's rosters have their portrait assigned following the official ID list system save for some particular cases that had to be moved for very specific reasons like Harrison Bader getting in the way at some of the original game's features or Kelvin Herrera using an unlockable player's slot. Couldn't find the portrait for a few of them (example: Brandon Woodruff) so did them. Already got the 2020 packs that have been uploaded and started working on the new player updates. Most new MiLB players haven't any portrait slot assigned yet, that's gonna have to wait a bit until we see who debuts, who stays at which level, who's released and all that.
  8. Alright, after I grabbed my old copy of MVP Baseball near the end of last year for nostalgia but still ended up wanting to play with current teams, players and stadiums, discovered this community of modders, then started learning the tools, reading all those helpful forums threads and applying many of the fantastic mods published here to the game and have had a lot of fun with them until I decided that I wanted to have the most polished, up to date version of the game possible for 2020 by placing all these pieces together... but with one not so little detail, remaining as faithful as possible to the original features the game offers (such as the unlockables and being able to play Dynasty/Owner mode). That's how I started working on a project to achieve this but then realized how much time and effort it's taking (and will take), that didn't discourage me, fortunately I have some free time at the moment but any help, feedback and guidance will be greatly appreciated. Now onto the project itself, what I have or plan on using: The rosters: The core of the game. Currently using the MLB teams from Gordo's excellent 2019 MLB BaseUp! End of Season Rosters but since these don't include updated minor leagues teams, had to re-built the entire organizational system with the original game's rosters as a base, importing and adapting some AAA-AA-A players from WilliamsV's MVP Baseball 2019 Pack and ultimately, creating most of the remaining prospects from scratch with the tools in this site and real data from MLB, MiLB, Baseball-Reference, Fangraphs, Brooks, 2080, etc. The entire 2019 rosters for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Atlanta Braves organizations are already completed and tested in simmed/played Dynasty seasons with the 2019 Schedule (adjusted with Ty's Schedule Updater). My intention is to fully complete the 2019 rosters as a base and then shuffle up the players moving organizations or into free agency for 2020. Now my doubt mainly relies on the following: placing together the rosters for these two organizations alone took some time and effort that I'm more than willing to take it if no one else is but I've seen the other thread and realized there are capable people already creating 2020 rosters for the game, so not sure if I should focus on some other stuff out of the many things needed to be done. I think all of us willing to work on the same initiative should just talk and agree who will do what or figure out some sort of joint effort. Will talk about the other aspects of the game in following posts within this same topic as long as that's allowed, is it okay?
  9. This sounds like a similar issue I'm having when trying to modify part of a stadium to make it more up to date with the current state of the ballpark, as much as I replace the files accordingly in the stadium's big file, it just keeps showing the old textures as if it still had them in some sort of cache and chooses to stick with them.
  10. Hello, hope this is the right place to post this. Recently been modding MVP Baseball 2005 trying to fully put it up to date thanks to all the great content I've found here, I also have some questions, like for example, if I want to edit a texture in the background of a stadium (around the batter's eye area), where do I find such textures (I've opened the file with EAgraph and managed to edit some other things such ads and stuff already). Many thanks in advance to anyone kind enough to reply.
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