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Valve offers Steamworks, an application programming interface (API) that provides development and publishing tools to take advantage of Steam client's features, free-of-charge to game and software developers.[197] Steamworks provides networking and player authentication tools for both server and peer-to-peer multiplayer games, matchmaking services, support for Steam community friends and groups, Steam statistics and achievements, integrated voice communications, and Steam Cloud support, allowing games to integrate with the Steam client. The API also provides anti-cheating devices and digital copy management.[198] In 2016, after introducing the Steam Controller and improvements to the Steam interface to support numerous customization options, the Steamworks API was also updated to provide a generic controller library for developers and these customization features for other third-party controllers, starting with the DualShock 4.[199] Steam's Input API has since been updated to include official support for other console controllers such as the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller in 2018,[200] the Xbox Wireless Controller for the Xbox Series X and Series S consoles, and the PlayStation 5's DualSense, as well as compatible controllers from third-party manufacturers in 2020.[201][202] In November 2020, Valve said the controller usage had more than doubled over the past 2 years.[203] In March 2019, Steam's game server network was opened to third party developers.[204]


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Valve announced Steam Greenlight to streamline game addition to the service in July 2012 and released the following month.[236] Through Greenlight, Steam users would choose which games were added to the service. Developers were able to submit information about their games, as well as early builds or beta versions, for consideration by users. Users would pledge support for these games, and Valve would help to make top-pledged games available on the Steam service.[237] In response to complaints during its first week that finding games to support was made difficult by a flood of inappropriate or false submissions,[238] Valve required developers to pay US$100 to list a game on the service to reduce illegitimate submissions. Those fees were donated to the charity Child's Play.[239] This fee was met with some concern from smaller developers, who often are already working in a deficit and may not have the money to cover such fees.[240] A later modification allowed developers to put conceptual ideas on the Greenlight service to garner interest in potential projects free-of-charge; votes from such projects are visible only to the developer.[241] Valve also allowed non-gaming software to be voted onto the service through Greenlight.[242]

If you see a black screen in Steam when using PlayOnMac, select Steam in PlayOnMac, select the gear icon, and type wine steam.exe -no-browser +open steam://open/minigameslist into the Arguments field. The next time you launch Steam through PlayOnMac, it will open your library and allow you to install and play your Windows games.

  • Happy 2022. To start of this year good here's the official release of Cheat Engine 7.4 My patreon members can get it here (The public release will be here any day now. Waiting for the advertisers / network owners to accept it) Please reports bugs and give suggestions to improve Cheat Engine.Additions and changes:AA templates now generate 14 byte jmp scripts when holding down ctrl

  • Foundcode dialog: Replace now toggles between nop and original. Also prevents duplicates

  • improved keyboard control to the hexview in memoryview. You can now hold shift while using the cursors to move

  • laststate isn't saved in tables anymore (unless ctrl is down)

  • added some space for dbvm functions so it's less likely to click them

  • you can now manually delete saved results

  • debugger attach timeout window will now show the status on some debugger interfaces

  • modules for 64-bit in 32-bit targets are more clearly marked as such

  • mono will not try to re-attach after a disconnect

  • lua: fixed copyMemory mode 2

  • from 7.3.1-7.3.2:structure dissect watch for changes now also shows you when something has changed inbetween

  • added hints to how the pointer wildcard works

  • the replace button in foundcode dialog now supports multiselect

  • You can now also change values of groupscan scan results directly in the foundlist

  • lua's openProcess command now won't deactivate all entries when previously no process was selected

  • you can now edit instructions with a breakpoint on them

  • added linux ABI c-compiler dll's

  • by default mono now releases the .net thread

  • from 7.3.2-7.4:added shortcut to add this address to addresslist in hexview (ctrl+numPlus)

  • goto address popup now centers on the memview window, instead of screen center

  • you can now change the font of the tracer tree

  • added isRep to the lua LastDisassemblerData field. And stepover now steps over rep instructions

  • break and trace: Added 'stay within module' option

  • added custom alignment option to the hexviewer section of the memoryviewer

  • Fixes:fixed loading back highligter config for auto assembler windows

  • .netinfo: fix field searching

  • fixed disassembler issues/memory corruption when closing a secondary memoryview window

  • fixed brake and trace killing the debugger when skipping certain modules an failing in figuring out the return address

  • fixed auto attach not stopping the process flash

  • mono is less likely to disconnect when dissecting an invalid memory address

  • fixed checkbox and radiobutton not sizing properly in dark mode

  • foundlist: display type override also afffects the saved columns

  • foundlist: new scan now alsdo clears the saved results

  • processlist: Fixed the highlighted color process entries in light mode

  • fixed compare to first scan hotkey

  • fixed handling of broken/empty language folders

  • fixed network modulesize lookup. (needs a new ceserver build as well)

  • fixed position saving for the foundcode dialog

  • fixed lua errors not giving a proper errormessage

  • fixed $c and $ccode for the 32-bit CE build

  • fixed logging of writes to ignore the addresslist freezing(Skyrimfus)

  • fixed dealing with -0.0f in c/ccode blocks

  • fixed memscan on the last block of readable memory

  • fixed dealing with the proper way of namespace.classname:modulename formatting. (Supports both formats)

  • fixed error when using freeze by thread with a very small interval

  • fixed $ccode and $luacode when not giving any parameters

  • fixed some include files erroring out when used

  • from 7.3.1-7.3.2:network ceserver/linux: Fixed wpm corrupting the memory

  • fixed the elf symbol parser

  • fixed speedhack on linux

  • il2cpp now has a progressbar

  • fixed handling some newer il2cpp games

  • fixed vmin assembling

  • fixed freezing when entering the wrong ceserver details

  • fixed deleting groupscan entries from the scan

  • fixed pointerscan not loading results when in a path with non-ascii characters

  • fixed the standalone trainer maker giving an error about duplicate entries

  • from 7.3.2-7.4:lua: fixed readByte signextending when it shouldn't

  • fix changeregonbp where it only changed xmm0

  • window position saving of "find what addresses this code accesses" should be more predictable

  • fixed saving of some color preferences in hexview, and added the fadecolor

  • fix AA createThreadAndWait not working in a standalone script

  • improved stability of mono

  • fixed break and trace ignore flag causing an stop instead of ignore on 64 bit targets

  • I'm happy to announce the official release of Cheat Engine 7.3 for all my patreon members (The public release will be here any day now. Waiting for the advertisers / network owners to sign of on it) Edit:DoneMy patreon members can get it herePlease report bugs and give feature requests for next version so I can make it even better.Additions and changes:Added dark mode support (restart CE when you change the setting)

  • All saved results are now shown in the foundlist (can be turned off)

  • Groupscan now supports pointer wildcards. (only valid if the field is a proper pointer)

  • Hotkeys can be repeated by releasing the key and repressing if the repeat timer hasn't finished yet

  • Structure dissect add to addresslist uses the addressstring instead of number, so symbols will be preserved

  • Structure dissect now has a option to save the previous state of a column and show changes easier

  • Middle-mouse clicking now copies the value of a structure element to your clipboard

  • Added $LUACODE blocks for inline Lua coding

  • Added a c-compiler to CE

  • Added $C blocks to the auto assembler. all $C blocks get combined into one script before execution

  • Added $CCODE blocks for inline C coding (Check the forum, wiki, CE patreon discord or CE's youtube)

  • Added a C# compiler (compilecs)

  • Added routines to do .NET(and mono) method detouring. .NET info has a new contextmenu where you can create a detour template for the autoassembler

  • Added invoke method to the .NET Info window as well

  • [Disable] sections can now reference labels, defines, AOBScan results, and allocs created in the [ENABLE] section

  • Userdefined symbollist has a secondary list for CCode symbols

  • The change address window now also supports relative offsets

  • DBVM speed improvements

  • DBVM has an extra security level, and added dbvm_setKeys to easily change the access codes

  • DBVM has now some basic support for nested VM's (only so you can run them, not yet modify)

  • New debugger interface: DBVM-level debugger

  • Improved performance of "Find what access/writes this address"

  • Dissect code now lets you specify custom ranges

  • Addresslist value sort now sorts values by alphabet if the record is a string type

  • The dropdown list of multiple entries can now be changed at the same time

  • Standalone register window now shows flags values as well

  • Value Between scans now autoswap the order if the first value is bigger than the 2nd

  • Fixes:fixed some games freezing CE when symbols where accesses

  • Lua debug now shows for loop variables

  • several windows now save their position, and won't get corrupted if you don't show them the first time running CE

  • fixed createthreadandwait when using a timeout

  • fixed disassembling vcvtsi2ss

  • fixed compare to first scan if it's a large block, and made it more efficient

  • ceshare: logout fixed

  • fixed assembling movsq

  • fixed ultimap ret filter

  • fixed luapipe never calling OnError

  • fixed vehdebug in 64-bit CE zeroing out the FPU registers in 32-bit targets

  • fixed DBVM find what access/writes sometimes skipping entries on AMD

  • fixed undo not working on memory records when using the single line editor

  • fixed hide children group option when loading a table

  • fixed some font issues in the break and trace window

  • fixed pasting the other types in hexadecimal view

  • fixed the symbolloader fully crashing on unknown pdb symboldata

  • lua:saveTable won't ask to sign the table anymore

  • messageDialog will work if you omit the buttonlist. (Defaults to mbOK then)

  • added more customizabe button

  • registerSymbol no longer errors out the whole script on failure. It now overwrites existing symbols

  • and many other things...


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