Darkedone02 wrote: ↑
Sun Nov 17, 2019 8:31 am
Ok for some strange reason I am unable to edit anything under
- My profile
- unable to get general manager into the recruitment staff update to edit stats.
I'm using the same version under the microsoft store under the xbox game pass.
Darkedone02 wrote: ↑
Mon Nov 18, 2019 12:38 am
hey @tfigment, I have an issue with one your table on the MS store of FM 2019, my profile page does not show up at all, and I can't edit any of the stats, and for some reason I cannot select the general manager I recently hired. I think the MS store o FM 2019 is stuck on 220.127.116.11 as it didn't show up as 18.104.22.168 like your table does.
I'm not going to buy another copy to test so not going to try and reproduce. My guess is the my global pointer is just not stable and you need a different one.
I think the old 19.3.5 CT table is still hosted using my older version (here
) so you can probably use that maybe. Next the My Profile is really just a duplicate of the Staff Data in Person section so if that works with you focused then you can edit those instead.
I use AOB scans for most things in fm 2019 so presumably that will work for most things except the root manager (and clock).
The manager class is mostly a staff class with different offsets and additional data. I would expect that you can turn on the "Update Player on Tooltip or Focus Change" and then use the (i) tooltip while on the Staffs > All page to see yourself. The name should show up correctly in that case under person details. From there under the "allocated pointers" section you can get the basManager or basNonPlayer pointer. With that you can use do a pointer scan with probably 3 levels of size 128 is enough to find some decent candidate pointers quickly.
Then search for getManagerPtr under the Table > Show Cheat Table Lua Script menu and fix the code for that pointer found in the data search. That should get some of the scripts working again.
also the general manager should be editable by going to the Staff > All and then hovering over the (i) tooltip in most cases. If there isn't one like with the owner then there is no good way to get the person object pointer.
If the old 19.3.5 CT table works then you might be able to copy the "[X] <----- Update Player on Tooltip or Focus Change" from that one for a slightly more stable search script which covers staff.
Or you might copy the global pointer from 19.3.5 to the 19.3.6 global table and use that in the getManagerPointer script. Since most of the scripts in newer version is AOB based that might work.