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Updated the web browser component to Chromium version 49.0.2623.110
Fixed an issue with scaling of preview images in the screenshot manager
Fixed game installs failing with the message Content still encrypted
Fixed missing period symbol in the French layout of the controller keyboard
Fixed several crashes related to the controller on-screen keyboard
Revised iconography for Family View
Improved rendering performance with Vulkan applications
Improved stability of Big Picture overlay with Direct3D 10 applications and above
Fixed a bug where the "Login" button would not properly activate
Fixed some Family View regressions in game library.
Improved support for broadcasting while using Big Picture mode. Includes new Broadcast Dashboard that allows access to broadcast chat and some broadcast management controls, plus support for viewing your own broadcast.
Fixed some UI styling issues in the Big Picture overlay
Removed block on SteamVR applications if Family View is enabled. This fixes installation of HTC Vive software when Family View is turned on.
Removed prompt for controller configuration when launching games that natively support motion controllers
Added warnings when trying to launch Oculus SDK-only games on an incompatible OpenVR device.
Improved the launch process for Oculus SDK-based games from within SteamVR.
Fixed missing/invisible mouse pointer in some Desktop Game Theater games
Fixed an issue where clicking the search button in the Library footer UI could break filtering
Fixed an issue causing the VR keyboard to pop up repeatedly in the Library
Fixed SteamVR launching immediately when installing a VR app that was previously uninstalled in that session
Improved controller handling under various combinationss of the VR dashboard, Desktop Game Theater, and an active game. Input is now sent to the game or the dashboard, but not both at once.
Improved handling for games that only support VR in a beta branch of the game. These will only show in the SteamVR group if the user has selected the beta branch.
Improved support for broadcasting while in VR. Broadcast request notifications will now display in the headset and can be responded to via the new Broadcast Dashboard in Steam.
Mac OS X
Fixed a bug that could cause stuck modifier keys (Shift, Ctrl, Alt, etc) in the in-game overlay
Fixed a bug that caused links in the in-game overlay web browser to always open in new tabs
Fixed a client UI hang when clicking the middle mouse button on some pages
Fixed an issue where Big Picture or video playback would not enter fullscreen properly
Fixed a client crash when switching configurations, such as when starting a game or bringing up the Steam Overlay
Added the ability to bind left/right sticks as digital bindings
Added the ability for the automatic action set on cursor visible/hidden to return to the previously used action set from the last transition
Fixed Mode Shifts not displaying properly in action set binding panels
Fixed gamepad button highlights displaying offset when binding a gamepad button
Fixed binding screen showing Set Action Set option when the configuration was a Native application or had no action sets.
Added "Last Used Action Set" option to manual action set selection
One common theme we've been seeing in customer feedback about the Steam review system is that it isn't always easy to tell what the current experience is like in a game months after release. This new set of changes released today is designed to better describe the current customer experience in those games. We do this by better exposing the newly posted reviews and by calculating a summary of those recent reviews.
Visibility For Recently Posted Reviews
While there are plenty of new reviews posted every day, we saw that it was often difficult for newer reviews to be seen and voted on enough to become listed as most helpful. As a result, the most helpful reviews presented on a store page would often describe an outdated view of a game that might have changed dramatically over the course of Early Access or post-release development. By listing recently posted reviews more prominently and by defaulting to recent helpful reviews, Steam can now show a more current idea of what it's like to play the game now.
Recent Review Score
Another problem we identified was that review score that appears at the top of a product page didn't always reflect the dynamic nature of the game. For that review score, we'd previously only been compiling an overall score using a simple calculation of the percentage of all reviews that were positive. This let us be really transparent in how the score was being calculated, but didn't accommodate cases when a game has changed a lot (for better or worse) over time.
To address that, we've now added a Recent review score that calculates the positive percentage of reviews within the past 30 days (as long as there are enough reviews posted within those 30 days and as long as the game has been available on Steam for at least 45 days). The overall score is still present as well in case you still find that information helpful.
Other Review Updates
In addition to the above updates, we've made a few other changes:
The customer review section on a game's store page has a new "Summary" tab that focuses on recent helpful reviews and recently posted reviews. You can still find overall most help reviews by selecting "Most Helpful" tab.
There's a new checkbox when writing a review to more easily disclose if you received the copy of the game for free.
You can now view all reviews regardless of language by selecting "All Languages" from the language dropdown in the reviews tab of the Community Hub for the game.
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