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  1. 23 hours ago, Ziggy Stardust said:

    Was hoping they would have actually updated the game to include fighting and some new modes, like a season mode, trading/free agency, etc., but I don't want to set myself up for disappointment.

    They aren't doing anything besides updating rosters, unis and logos. Which is great for me bc now I have to work 100 hour weeks for the next 10 years so I can afford to remake it.

    Thanks EA.

  2. 3 hours ago, DrBill said:

    Looks like we have 2 separate camps here.

    Sounds like I'm gonna have playing all 3, but 95 is nostalgic to me.

    Are both versions playable on line?

    They're all playable online.

    There isn't much of a '95 scene online at all. You could have a hand in changing that.

    Far as '93 goes, there is a '93 site that I built nearly 15 years ago.. There have been some leagues over the years, but there aren't any active ones.
    I'm sure you can find a pickup game of '93 with someone if you ask on the discord server.
    The inability to use goalie control makes the game a break away fest that gets stale pretty quick for me.

  3. On 9/4/2020 at 10:55 PM, Jkline3 said:

    I must be missing something, I use Ditherer all the time for other graphics and darkening images but don't know how to reduce the number of colors. Wouldn't be the first time something went over my head!

    I use GIMP because it's the easiest (and freeist) program I've found to be able to limit the number of colors in a palette - or conversely forcing a palette onto an image for center ice logos. 

    That's one thing that Photoshop offers that is great for doing these types of logos.
    Once selecting the # of colors when saving for web, you can then adjust the amount of dither with a slider. Or you choose a dither preset. Helped me a ton over the years. From there, you select the swatch to input the exact values as they are in TM**.

    Not sure if Gimp can do that or not.

    ** Make sure you update the values in TM for colors first, and use that value before saving the file in the image editing program you use. Otherwise, they won't match whatever you're using as a reference (NOSE, for instance).

    This will prevent oddities when importing your image or logo.

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