Where to Find the FM12 Data Editor and Resource Archiver!
Once you've installed the editor follow these steps:
Click File --> Load Database
This will load up the default database.If you would like to edit a custom database which you made or downloaded from the site...click File --> Load Editor Data which will show all the custom DB’s youve saved in My Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2012\Editor Data
How to create a Player
Click 'People' on the LHS and then click 'Add' at the bottom of the screen. On the drop down menu choose player.The Complete CA/PA Thread made by Raikan007 for help on what stats to input depending on how good you want your player to be.Attachment 214072How to edit/add national rules
If you want to change the number of teams in a league or add in lower leagues you will need to edit the national rules. Here’s how to get to get there:
This is especially useful if you’ve made some new competitions and want to combine them into a new league structure. You’ll need to choose ‘Create New Competitions And Rules’ this time unlike when you edited the existing league structures.
Note: In my example I’ve created a new league called ‘Best of Rest’ which has 10 teams in. I want to create a league structure where the bottom 10 teams in the English Premier League are relegated & replaced with the 10 teams from Best of Rest.
After you’ve chosen the nation for your league structure, you’ll need to choose the Season start & end dates. These can be changed later so you don’t need to put too much thought into this.Now to create your league structure, click ‘Divisions’ on the LHS and then click ‘Add’ at the bottom of the screen and a pop-up window should appear like below:
Note: In the current English league system it would usually be the npower Championship
To edit details such as adding relegation play-offs or TV money, just click on the division on the LHS and you may edit any of the fields.
I hope this helps and don't hesitate to post below if you have any queries related to the topics in this thread