Just watching a stream for 10 minutes
SEGA 60th Background (animated background; 2000 points in shop; tradable)
SEGA 60th Mini Background (animated mini background; 2000 points in shop)
SEGA 60th Anniversary Frame (animated frame; 2000 points in shop)
Sonic Animated Avatar (animated avatar; 3000 points in shop)
is it just me or is the stream not loading anything?
It went down a minute or two ago. I wonder if time is still being counted or if I’ll have to restart once they get back up.
I really wish you could close the chat part of steam streams.
you know how Valve works: don’t give much desired and useful features - except piecemeal years down the line
Stuff just dropped into my inventory, and without the use of a single exclamation point in chat. So I guess buffer time counted.
people that keep saying “drop” in chat should get auto banned
Were I using a browser I could just block it easily with the plugins I already have. The feature is needed rather in the steam client.
Fullscreen will get rid of chat if you’re just watching and not doing side stuff, but I get what you mean, on twitch when the chat is roughly over 50 active chat users I hide it because it’s pointless with all the spam.
Picture-in-picture player is also borked for me
Just got it in my inventory after “watching” the stream for 10 minutes, because it’s stuck in the loading screen, like almost every single stream I try to watch on Steam. The only one that didn’t got stuck was one from Gunfire Reborn.
Anyway, thanks for the post!
I just got home from work, so I am starting my stream now.
as soon as I started the stream, I saw this in the chat:
Watched for a while on browser, just switching over to client now, found out that likely the drops will only happen on the client.
I saw you and was all HEY CHRONIE.
Verified, still working. And thanks, btw.
Wait, you stream on steam?
Yeah, you will need to go to the steam client window, and open up the developer stream for 10 minutes, and the drops will be in your inventory. I tried browser first, didn’t work.
No no, I mean I thought you streamed on steam, but now I get what you meant by “started my stream”.