From: California, USA
You described it correctly and KG's instructions will help you accomplish what you described.
If you're running a real association for example and want real parks, then you need to do as he instructed. It's a little bit of work as you have to go into each team's Ball Park page and Import the appropriate park, but it's so much better when you want accuracy and realism. Fortunately, you only have to do this ONCE for that association. After you have chosen a park for them, whenever you play that team at their park, it will show the one you chose. If you're playing at Boston, you will be in Fenway; if you are playing at Miami, you will be in Dolphin Stadium-- the game will do this automatically.
Now, as far as setting the dimensions (what you're calling ball location) go, you only have to define them if you're "creating" the park from scratch. When you download the park pack and import each and every park, it will already have a picture and it will already have the dimensions. Other than importing the park you do not need to do anything; it does it all for you.
< Message edited by Frozen Stiffer -- 11/30/2007 6:22:37 PM >
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