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  1. Advanced editor for FM 2013

    Hi. I was able to design international and continental rules with advanced editor for FM 2012. Is there any chance to design such rules with current editor for FM 2013? Or do we need extra editor files or something?

    I will buy this game only whether I will be able to do this kind of stuff..

    Thanks.

  2. Pretty sure you can

  3. Pretty sure you can't. There's no Adva editor for FM13. SI removed it.

  4. gogogo golem
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanjagl View Post
    Pretty sure you can't. There's no Adva editor for FM13. SI removed it.
    There is one, I've seen files using it, just nobody who knows has released how to unlock it.

  5. sounds interesting, whats the difference the data editor and the advanced one ?

  6. You can do more stuff with adva editor.
    Hmm, I know how to activate adva editor on FM12, maybe its the same way? Will have a look right now.

  7. That sounds very interesting mate.Could you give a hint how to look?

    Thanks

  8. Use the Advanced Editor a lot, There is no GUI to make it simple to use.
    Its basically xml and html documents which you have to open and edit in say Notepad..

    You need some basic HTML and Web editing knowledge to edit things, I use it to make all my lower league files, as you can not
    edit promotion places for the pre-configured leagues in the game i.e. EPL and Championships etc.

    But if you edit certain XML files.. (which it takes time to go through) Most of the pre-written editable files are recognised by read only dependencies within the XML files which put together the Advanced Editor.
    Also there is a "Game Rule" which is currently controlling all of the read-only dependencies, currently I am searching for the Game Rules, because then you can change all of the settings to Writable!..

    So if you need to edit anything you need to change Read Only Dependencies within the Advanced Editor Xml files..
    Then save them Overwrite Open Editor and Load the database, I normally leave it open, then keep re-loading the database

    At this moment in time, I can edit pretty much 80% of the database. Just a few other things I am waiting to find out.

    So there is a little bit of help, I am not going to release all the details of it, and a full tutorial.. as of course I would lose rep on here with files I create and so would some other people. As everyone would then be able to create things.
    But there is a little help for people who want to go searching.

    voasy
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by voasy View Post
    Use the Advanced Editor a lot, There is no GUI to make it simple to use.
    Its basically xml and html documents which you have to open and edit in say Notepad..

    You need some basic HTML and Web editing knowledge to edit things, I use it to make all my lower league files, as you can not
    edit promotion places for the pre-configured leagues in the game i.e. EPL and Championships etc.

    But if you edit certain XML files.. (which it takes time to go through) Most of the pre-written editable files are recognised by read only dependencies within the XML files which put together the Advanced Editor.
    Also there is a "Game Rule" which is currently controlling all of the read-only dependencies, currently I am searching for the Game Rules, because then you can change all of the settings to Writable!..

    So if you need to edit anything you need to change Read Only Dependencies within the Advanced Editor Xml files..
    Then save them Overwrite Open Editor and Load the database, I normally leave it open, then keep re-loading the database

    At this moment in time, I can edit pretty much 80% of the database. Just a few other things I am waiting to find out.

    So there is a little bit of help, I am not going to release all the details of it, and a full tutorial.. as of course I would lose rep on here with files I create and so would some other people. As everyone would then be able to create things.
    But there is a little help for people who want to go searching.

    voasy
    One question for you, if you care to answer Where to find those editable XMLs? Comps.fmf?

    Adva Editor is much more easier (better word is noob friendly) than XML editing. I used to make basic dbs with Notepad ++. But I'm rusty and not so good at it anymore >.<
    Best thing I can do for you guys is to leave this link here >> [FM2012] Advanced Rules Activation (Page 1) / Release Directory and News / FMUpdates Forum
    Debugger still works, but adva editor doesn't.

  10. Don't know about you but mine is in the current directory..

    C://Program Files/SEGA/Football Manager 2013/Editor/data/format

    If you do not have this directory, there is a few places online that have uploaded the Editor to download externally instead of Steam. And it uses this directory.

    That is where the files are, but no I do not use comps.fmf either, i target the specific xml file for certain rules

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