There's not much we can do except be a middle layer that gets in the way
@Ashley, Umm?, actually its the other way round, they are the middle layer (they sell games, and a few applications. The software comes from you. We are the client, you are the developer and they are the salesman.
The only major change is instead of reading a license file it simply asks Steam whether it's been purchased or not. This code is trivial.
Yes, I know, and that is why I say C2 doesn't play well with steam.
There are tons of forum posts highlighting that steam version (albeit the same as standard version) just doesn't function like standard version. This is a fact.
QUOTE: probably something Valve need to fix
I'm not going to answer this except to say that if there are issues, then developer needs to sort it out or work with valve/steam to resolve issues.
They are a layer over the original software. Sure the layer could be broke, eitherway it is ludicrous to ask paying customers to sort it out when the majority don't speak geek.
Its your baby, your software, we are the clients, you the developer and Steam the middle man.
Just Re-read your answer, and tell me you wouldn't be semi annoyed by that your response.
I've used the non steam version and boy is a different experience. Had I known how much different, I would never have purchased from steam.