Thanks, very welcome addition.
Glad to hear!
BTW, would be nice if the names of the apps and packages are also (partially) visible. I know it's visible on hover but that's not very convenient. There is plenty of space, like this:
http://i.imgur.com/98DNz9P.png (image markup code doesn't work?)
Or perhaps vise-versa might look better -> The Brookhaven Experiment (440630).
Another option would be to add the description right below the appid / depotid.
It would also be nice if a link to the subsdebug could be added on the depots page as well.
Displaying names is tricky because of pages like this: https://steamdb.info/app/203160/subsdebug/
I think I can allow it to work on depots no problem.
Yeah, I thought about that as well. However, that already has a horizontal scrollbar so a bit more text wouldn't hurt that much (or perhaps limit the number of characters of the description). Adding the text below gives a bit more room. I don't think there are many apps like Tomb Raider that have that many depots and appids (and it's not like that's that well readable as-is).
BTW, I don't think the subsdebug is fully complete.
Take this game for example:
This one: https://steamdb.info/sub/105522/depots/ has an additional depot which is not listed on the subsdebug page. Also this one: https://steamdb.info/app/469900/subs/. But there are probably more.
It lists apps' depots, not the ones in the sub. Same reason it doesn't list all the apps in all of the subs (would be a complete mess with complete packs)
True, but you cross reference packages and depots for the app with the name subsdebug. Maybe that should be named a bit different then :)
Also, it would be nice if the h1 could be clickable to go back to the app page.
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