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Old 28th Jan 2014, 09:52   #1
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Organize your steam Library-Depressurizer

I found a nice mod that lets you make your own categories for your steam library, my stem library is much more organized now I ended up finding some games I forgot it had.

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https://code.google.com/p/depressurizer/


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Old 28th Jan 2014, 12:46   #2
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You say that as if you couldn't already sort games into categories?

Only real difference I can see is that it might make the interface a little faster.

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Old 28th Jan 2014, 12:48   #3
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I was also a little confused, Steam lets you do this anyway?

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Old 28th Jan 2014, 14:15   #4
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Lol i didn't know steam let you do it How do I do via steam ?
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Old 28th Jan 2014, 14:21   #5
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right click a game, Set Category

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Old 28th Jan 2014, 14:44   #6
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Learn something new everyday lol thanks
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Old 28th Jan 2014, 14:56   #7
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You can do this in steam but it helps to auto organise all your games.

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Old 28th Jan 2014, 15:11   #8
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why on earth would i want to sort my games by not played & played.

this would be very depressing when i see a 10:1 ratio

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Old 28th Jan 2014, 21:43   #9
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Thanks.

The Steam UI is not the quickest way to do this for those with a few games.

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Old 29th Jan 2014, 03:47   #10
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Depressurizer is an amazing time saver, if you use categories to organise your games.
The steam IU is clunky - it takes multiple clicks to change the category for one game. With depressurizer, you can categorize many games at once, and it also has several inbuilt categories so if you are happy following someone elses scheme, you can instantly categorize hundreds of games with just a couple of clicks.

For those who like to put games into categories, it really is so much better than doing it in steam.

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Old 29th Jan 2014, 04:57   #11
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Makes me laugh how people come into threads like these and have a sly moan at the OP because Steam already 'does it'. Steam's library is clunky as hell, I didn't know about this program and my pseudo OCD made me sit there for half an hour sorting nearly 400 games into categories, wish I knew about this. The amount of time it could save people is great and people should be thanking the OP, not moaning...

No doubt there will be a flood of OcUK Valve apologists at the ready to claim the library is fine and the program in question is redundant though.

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Old 29th Jan 2014, 05:51   #12
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Alot of games


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Originally Posted by Omaeka View Post
Makes me laugh how people come into threads like these and have a sly moan at the OP because Steam already 'does it'. Steam's library is clunky as hell, I didn't know about this program and my pseudo OCD made me sit there for half an hour sorting nearly 400 games into categories, wish I knew about this. The amount of time it could save people is great and people should be thanking the OP, not moaning...

No doubt there will be a flood of OcUK Valve apologists at the ready to claim the library is fine and the program in question is redundant though.
HALF AN HOUR???? THAT'S OUTRAGEOUS! !!

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