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  1. there are sections to both those just change them accordingly
  2. Its not possible as the app is now only the devs could confirm if it would be possible in a later build perhaps submit it as a feature request mate
  3. not possible and I have requested it as a new feature
  4. see you have reported so will close thread any response will be in bug report, it is something I have reported previously too perhaps it cant be resolved
  5. I am but its down to devs to deal with the bugs mate and if you havent reported it you need to
  6. think I can close this now any issues just report it also remember to stop the game updating- set steam offline and NB set steam offline asap- Steam (top left) > Go Offline > Restart in Offline Mode Besides the above method to stop FM from updating, there is another method that you can do. Backup the following folder (x = yearly release i.e. 2016, 2017, etc) to another location, however make sure you have enough disk space as this file can be large. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Football Manager x To revert back to the previous version, just copy and paste this folder back into the location that you copied it from, overwriting the current folder. This method has worked in previous FM versions, however this may change in the future as either Steam or SI can change the way the game is installed to prevent this method from happening.
  7. I will leave the thread open just in case there are issues for a day or 2 also remember to stop the game updating- set steam offline Steam (top left) > Go Offline > Restart in Offline Mode Besides the above method to stop FM from updating, there is another method that you can do. Backup the following folder (x = yearly release i.e. 2016, 2017, etc) to another location, however make sure you have enough disk space as this file can be large. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Football Manager x To revert back to the previous version, just copy and paste this folder back into the location that you copied it from, overwriting the current folder. This method has worked in previous FM versions, however this may change in the future as either Steam or SI can change the way the game is installed to prevent this method from happening.
  8. I have deleted your other thread don't do that one post here is enough
  9. You could try but only a Dev here can assist with this How does it work for everyone else it's bizarre
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