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Motorsport Database Editor 1.4

Change Database Modding Files

  1. Blizzer
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    Donation is not mandatory. Just do it if you want to support me.

    Hello guys,

    I would like to share with you, not a mod, but an application to help you on modding now that the game have workshop support.

    Basically, the application reads the database base files that come with unitypackage provided (On application is on "Files" folder), transform them into a "table" that can be edited and saved on a new file that can be saved directly into Modding Folder.

    At the moment, i don't know how to create somethings like championships so i only tested it creating Drivers and Mechanics but you can edit every database file provided. If anyone knows how i can make the application better i would appreciated the suggestions!

    - Open external .txt files so you can edit your previous changes

    - "Search" possibility. Ctrl + Alt + S or "Database/Search" on the menu. Just need to have the database file that you want to search opened, select where to search, what must contain and click on "Search" button. If want to edit or select that row after search, double click on it and it will be selected on main Form.

    - "Add rows from external file" option (Ctrl + A) where you can load data from external file and copy the selected rows into the local database file making your previous changes easy to paste into the new database file.

    NOTE: Some of you may have different needs and/or want some feature implemented to make your modding job easier. If so, send me an PM to see what i can do. Same if you find bugs!

    How it works:

    After opening the application:
    1 - Choose what you want to edit (e.g "Drivers")
    2 - Edit or Add information on the table
    3 - Save info with the "Save File" button on the bottom (You can save anywhere but to test the changes, the file must be on "Modding\Databases" Folder of your Motorsport Folder, e.g C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Motorsport Manager\MM_Data\Modding\Databases). When app asks if you want to override the base file is to keep the changes the you made because you may have changed something that you just want to test and don't want to keep those changes.
    4 - On Game, start a new carrer and when choosing race length, currency, etc... you will see on the top right corner a slider saying "Test My Mods". Activate it and you can test the changes you have made

    I leave you with some images.

    AppCreateDriver.png AppCreateMechanic.png AppDrivers.png GameDriver.png GameMechanic.png
    Search1.PNG
    motorsport addRows1.PNG
    Have fun!
    Mohamed amin and Sziklamester like this.

Recent Reviews

  1. Wenzilber
    Wenzilber
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4
    Excellent tool if you just want to quickly mod and edit the attributes of the drivers, mechanics, engineers, and any file in the database without having to count comma delimeters, LOL! Awesome work!
  2. Charlie Morris
    Charlie Morris
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4
    it looks really good, i would really like to use it, but i don't really understand how to get it
  3. MoonCrawlerVG
    MoonCrawlerVG
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4
    great tool
  4. Flayer427
    Flayer427
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4
    Easiest & most powerful tool for editing MM.
    Thank you so much
    Would it be possible to lock the 3rd column (m/f) as well?
    1. Blizzer
      Author's Response
      It is, yes. Maybe on next update i will let you guys choose how many columns much be freezed :)
  5. Dwolf
    Dwolf
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4
    Thanks for the update. Love this editor
  6. redburningice
    redburningice
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4
    Really great application! Is there a way to change a created team?
    1. Blizzer
      Author's Response
      If you're talking about the new DLC, through workshop is not possible yet
  7. Bonifasius Edwin Subagyo
    Bonifasius Edwin Subagyo
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4
    Works perfect, but is there a way to change the database in saved games, already tried but nothing change
    1. Blizzer
      Author's Response
      Unfortunately no. You have to start a new name when you change some database
  8. GuanYu
    GuanYu
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4
    Powerful editor.
  9. See0ne
    See0ne
    1/5,
    Version: 1.3.1
    crash everytime. not working
    1. Blizzer
      Author's Response
      Can't send you a message. If you want talk to me by PM or steam to see if i can help you
  10. McLaren7
    McLaren7
    5/5,
    Version: 1.3.1
    Good tool
  11. ElMattoGrande
    ElMattoGrande
    5/5,
    Version: 1.3.1
    Perfect and easy, but when i have edited the ''Team Colours'' i doesnt show up in ''my workshop'' :/
    1. Blizzer
      Author's Response
      Team Colours is a beta database file. It should appear if you download the beta branch on steam :)
  12. Ryder7538
    Ryder7538
    3/5,
    Version: 1.3.1
    Would have given it a 5star but sadly after some time it stopped working always destroying the files
  13. WolfGrid
    WolfGrid
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Very useful and easy app.
    1. Blizzer
      Author's Response
      Thank you for your Review.

      Do you have any ideas to implement or improve on this tool?

      Regards
  14. alenhajduk
    alenhajduk
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    how does this work
    1. Blizzer
      Author's Response
      Hi,

      After opening the application:
      1 - Choose what do you want to edit (e.g "Drivers")
      2 - Edit or Add information on table
      3 - Save info with the "Save File" button on the bottom (You can save anywhere but to test the changes, the file must be on "Modding\Databases" Folder of your Motorsport Folder, e.g C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Motorsport Manager\MM_Data\Modding\Databases)
      4 - On Game, start a new carrer and when choosing race length, currency, etc... you will see on the top right corner a slider saying "Test My Mods". Activate it and you can test the changes you have made