1) In "Items" and "You own" it counts different configs and tools (those have their own appIDs, of course). But user sees only games and DLCs on steam page (don't know about software and other types of apps). So maybe it would be better to exclude configs and tools from "Items" and "You own" calculation on bundles page? And make some research on this to define which apps it shows on store page.
2) If bundle's discount is changing on sales, maybe it makes sense to track the changes?
Upd: as I see not all DLCs are shown in bundles (for example: Prison Architect Standard Edition key DLC in Introversion Complete Pack). So it means excluding apps without steam store pages?
Upd2: and, maybe make a green color if whole bundle is owned?
Upd3: addition to example above: DEFCON Beta Demo also can be excluded, maybe as all demos, idk.
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