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Old 04-20-2008, 09:56 PM   #1
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What's the Best Way to Modify a Schedule?

Several years ago I created a schedule from inside the game. Now, for my minor league teams, I would like to use the same schedule - but increase the number of games per season.

I have considered modifying my schedule from inside the game, and I have considered modifying it as an Excel spreadsheet. What do you schedule creators think is the best way to add games to an existing schedule?
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I do my building in a spreadsheet, then I have specialized scripts for then dealing with checking the results and turning them into files in the correct format. I really have no idea what to tell someone else.

What exactly are you looking to change? For example, are you aiming to increase the number of games by 50% spread evenly across all opponents?
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I do my building in a spreadsheet, then I have specialized scripts for then dealing with checking the results and turning them into files in the correct format. I really have no idea what to tell someone else.

What exactly are you looking to change? For example, are you aiming to increase the number of games by 50% spread evenly across all opponents?
Thanks for the info. Anyone else?
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What exactly are you looking to change? For example, are you aiming to increase the number of games by 50% spread evenly across all opponents?
I have a schedule for a 100 game season. I would like to have schedules for 110, 120, & 130 game seasons - unbalanced.
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I have a schedule for a 100 game season. I would like to have schedules for 110, 120, & 130 game seasons - unbalanced.
Since the increase is relatively small, at least in terms of going 10 more games per team at a time, I would think you could export the file then just edit by hand in a text editor.

You can make a detailed request if you want to try to outsource the work.
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Since the increase is relatively small, at least in terms of going 10 more games per team at a time, I would think you could export the file then just edit by hand in a text editor.

You can make a detailed request if you want to try to outsource the work.
Sounds like using a text editor might be the best suggestion - I had not considered this option. I want to do the modification myself, however, so that I can learn how to do it. Thanks again for your input. It is appreciated.
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