Fifa 09 Rar File
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Fifa 09 Rar File
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A career can work only if the current FIFA 10 database is the same of when the career started. CM10 modifies the database and therefore you cannot continue your career. The workaround is very simple: create a backup copy of your old database files and restore it in the FIFA 10\data\cmn folder everytime you want to play your old career. CM10 always save a backup of you current database in fifa.db.bak.
The new files are saved according to the option setting. Keep in mind that FIFA searches for a file in a zdata starting from the higher number then in the root folder. If, for example, you have saved the new file in zdata_40.big and the old one is in zdata_50.big the latter will be used by FIFA.
With Creation Master 10 (CM10) you can edit many of the characteristics of FIFA 10. CM10 works with the following files: the main database fifa.db, the language database that you have chosen (for example eng.db), the zdata_XX.big archives that contain most of the resources used by FIFA 10 while playing a game and the archives saved under the gui folder that contain the resources used by FIFA 10 for its Graphical User Interface.
1) Editing with CM10 is incompatible with internal FIFA 10 editing. You cannot mix CM10 editing and internal FIFA 10 editing. You can make CM10 editing first and then you can make internal editing but, as soon as you use CM10 again, your internal editing will be lost. When you modify the database you should also remove each team file previously saved with the internal editor.
2) Editing with CM10 is incompatible with the continuation of a career saved with a previous database. When you save a career the career files makes some references to the database, modifying the database makes it impossible to continue the career. There are a few exceptions to this rule: if you simply change some values without adding team, players or other objects, you can continue your current career as far as the database does not change its length.
The zdata files can contain multiple versions of the same file and, if this is the case, CM10 operates like FIFA 10 itself and shows the file with according o this rule: first the files present in the data folder then the files archived in a zdata archive starting with the zdata with the highest number.
Each change that must be saved in the database files is kept in memory until you save your work using the Save menu. The main database is always fifa.db but the language database used depends either on your choice or on an automatic selection using information from the Windows registry. Keep in mind that you work with only one language database at a time, the other language databases available on your PC, if any, remain unchanged. Again an option can be set to prevent the accidental editing of the database.
Remember that if you modify the fifa.db database you cannot continue a career saved with a previous database. CM10 automatically makes a backup copy of your database (fifa.db.bak and lan.db.bak) before saving, so you can recover the previous database if you need, but it is recommended to always keep a full set of backups from a known point in case of a catastrophic update.
CM10 will keep the fat and bh files up-to-date while you are editing according to your changes, therefore you usually do not need to launch a complete regeneration. But if you make changes using other tools you may want to make a complete regeneration in order to guarantee the consistency of such files.
The fifa.fat file has a limited capacity and when its size grows too much the game crashes in the starting phase. There are many files that are not necessary to the good operation of the game and can be removed withou any drawback. After this operation you will have more room for tour own edited files.
As already explained during discussion of the different files managed by CM10, the Save menu allows you to save the databases and the GUI archives. Remember that every change to zdata, or GUI files that are saved directly in a folder, is made as soon as you execute the operation. All the save operations to database, GUI files and zdata, can be individually disabled to prevent accidental updates during an editing session.
Every time you see a picture you will also see some buttons below. These buttons allow to import and export the picture as an image (.bmp and .png format are supported) or as a .fsh file. In many cases you will find also the button for removing the file.
Importing an image: this button allows you to change the file starting from a bitmap or a .png file. Bitmap files usually do not support transparency while the .png files support transparency. CM10 recognizes the kind of file you are loading and operates consequently: if the file is .png the transparency in the bitmap are preserved when the image is imported. If it is a bitmap and the image requires to have transparency, CM10 applies a process called AutoTransparency that uses the colour in the upper-left corner as the transparent colour. This allows you to manage transparency also working with bitmaps.
Import as fsh: allows you to import a fsh file, you can select the file that you want and it will be imported adapting its name to the one required by FIFA 10. For example you can export the face of a player as a fsh and import the same face for another player without the need to change the name of the file.
CM10 also offers the possibility to export or import some 3D models. Use the dedicated buttons below the 3D view of the object. Exporting a 3D model: allows you to export a 3D model file in its standard format .o, you should select the folder in which to export to and the name of the file is exactly the name that the file has when used by FIFA 10.
In this section you can import, export and modify the flags. If you want to use generic flags you have to check the box otherwise the specific flags for this team will be used. Remember that if you left it unchecked but you do not provide the flags file FIFA 10 again will crash. If you import images of flags separately you need to save (click the button with the floppy disk icon) in order to make the changes effective. If you import all the images using an fsh, you do not need to click the save button.
Asset: is a number that identifies the graphic file used by the tournament. This version of Tournament Master allows you to import all the graphic files related with tournaments, if the file with that asset does not exist it is created using a default picture.
In this form you can see and modify graphic related to newspapers. The file is formed by different pictures, you can modify each of them individually using the import image button, or all at the same time using the import fsh. Do not forget to click the save button if you import images individually.
In this form you can see and modify some additional graphic files. The gloves used by the keepers, unfortunately in FIFA 10 all the keepers use the same gloves, and the captain armband (the 3rd picture seems to be the only one used in the game) also in this case the same armband is used by all the teams.
CM10 includes the capability to create and to load patches. You can add the patches to your current FIFA 10, without the need to start from a clean installation or the risk to loose your previous editing. Patches are saved in files with extension CMP that stays for Creation Master Patchfile.
If you want to create a patch the first step is to make your editing job as usual. When you are happy with your editing and you want to create a patch, launch the Patch Create menu. The patch creator needs to work with a saved database so you are asked if you want to save it right now, if you have already saved, you can reply no, otherwise click yes and wait for the file to be saved.
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