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Old 03-14-2018, 06:07 AM   #1
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OOTP 19 - Is all this work dead?

I watched one of the preview videos of OOTP19 last night. I am normally cheap and wasn't planning on getting it until the All-Star or World Series sale. But the new 3D settings have me concerned. My leagues are all old-time (I am running a no-strike 90s league and a proper AL expansion in 1971 league) or fictional (all minor league Northeast cities with college and Disney minor leagues). It doesn't look like the yeoman-like work that Silvam and Adion have done will translate to the new software. Is this true or not?
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Old 03-14-2018, 06:59 AM   #2
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Not at all. All of my parks should work in 19 just as they do in 18


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Not at all. All of my parks should work in 19 just as they do in 18


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Glad to hear this. The historical 3Ds not working in 19 would have been enough for me not to move on to the new game
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I can confirm that the historical parks work perfectly. Dropped ebbets field in, not a single issue. Looks even more beautiful with actual players running around on the field.
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I can confirm that the historical parks work perfectly. Dropped ebbets field in, not a single issue. Looks even more beautiful with actual players running around on the field.


I think they look amazing when you hide the widgets and screen heading during play. That gives you the full screen action. So cool


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I think they look amazing when you hide the widgets and screen heading during play. That gives you the full screen action. So cool


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Ok i figured out how to hide the lineups, but is there a way to hide or move the large head screen that runs all the way across the top? That's essentially the scoreboard, so maybe i don't really want it gone. But part of what i love about ballparks is the view beyond the outfield wall, and that sort of blocks it
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Ok i figured out how to hide the lineups, but is there a way to hide or move the large head screen that runs all the way across the top? That's essentially the scoreboard, so maybe i don't really want it gone. But part of what i love about ballparks is the view beyond the outfield wall, and that sort of blocks it


Should be the option under the hide widgets option in the view menu. Could be wrong. No access to the game right now


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Awesome. Looking at the higher resolution, it worried me and would have been a deal-breaker for getting 19 eventually.
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Any way the deadball era stadiums will be worked on? I know I ask alot.. ;P lol
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Any way the deadball era stadiums will be worked on? I know I ask alot.. ;P lol


Pictures and diagrams help when creating stadiums. Unfortunately, deadball era have little of each


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Pictures and diagrams help when creating stadiums. Unfortunately, deadball era have little of each


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I'll send them your way when I find them! I have tons of pics from my days playing Stratomatic and early days of this game.
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Here's Columbia Park.Where the Philadelphia A's played from 1901-1908.
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So I guess no action on this?
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So I guess no action on this?

Not at the moment.


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