I use the long version of the "Short app history" page to keep up to date with releases
Sadly it seems it is too short, the Disney Infinity DLC´s are so many that it wiped all former entries before it from yesterday.
I know i can look it up in the regular App-History, but thats pretty time intensive and cumbersome to do manualy.
My suggestion would be to enlarge the https://steamdb.info/?long_history#apphistory -page, so that it always shows at least all the Apps from the last 24 Hour period, so it cant wiped out by such a massive DLC release like today.
Linking my 6-month-old thread because it's basically the same request caused by another DLC attack: https://steamdb.info/forum/335/.
Though you already got a reply while I didn't get any.
Longer history ignores DLCs now. Should be better.
Cool! Thank you!
Thank you kindly for the response and your time in trying to help.
Sadly this solution is not helping me. I liked the information about DLC´s and used it as i do with the games themself. So now i have less information then i did before. The list with this change is incomplete for how i used it (adding all the purchaseable things to my wishlist to not miss anything) and not what i wanted.
I rather have a shorter list that is complete with all the information then an longer list that misses the DLC´s.
Or is there maybe another way to get such a list that i am not seeing?
Thanks again, sorry to be a pain =)
I had to remove DLC filtering from long history due to bad performance, so it's back to how it was before.
"Complete Figure Drawing Course HD" just filled up the complete Short App History since yesterday.
Again please, i request to expand that page to include at least all changes in the last 24 hours instead of a fixed number of changes.
Today "Naruto Shippuden Uncut" filled the short app history completly.
This will happen again and again, with movie after movie released on steam. They are all in chapters, MANY CHAPTERS, and each chapter counts as a release for that list. Maybe there is a way to just filter out all the video releases? That would make the list usable again for people who are intrested in... you know games.
OFFS i am not checking for 4 hours and all is filled up with video crap that cant even be purchased in my country.
That list is completly useless in its current form.
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