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AbstractRealist Oct 3, 2012 @ 7:38am
Where does it go?
It's not in my library at all, I have to go back to my recent purchases or go to the store page to use it. Why can't I set a category like I can with everything else? Or am just being an idiot and missing it? It's not under C (camera bag) or N (nevercenter)....
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desertman2 Oct 3, 2012 @ 8:50am 
Using the drop down list in your library, go to "All Software".
«Nh³ Messy»{CôW} Oct 3, 2012 @ 9:14am 
Yup, and the executable itself is in the "Steam/steamapps/common/CameraBag 2" folder.
AbstractRealist Oct 4, 2012 @ 4:11pm 
Thanks... yeah I knew were to fix the exe so I just pinned it to my taskbar, I just couldn't find it in Steam. Seems silly you have to use the drop down menu. Even after I go in there and set a category it's still in it's own area...I just want it in it's own category together with everything else, oh well.
~=^[(O){d_b}(O)]^=~ Oct 8, 2012 @ 1:16am 
Isn't it on the software tab right under all games tab? I saw a software tab there In the library like were you see installed games and such
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AbstractRealist Oct 9, 2012 @ 7:06am 
It's not under all games unless they updated it...no...it does pop up when you do "all installed" though.
BDO Dec 23, 2012 @ 5:30am 
It's not a game. (I bought an art program the other day and went through the same thing.) Welcome to the new Steam - a brave new world!
Fazer [PL] Dec 23, 2012 @ 5:44am 
Maybe it's a stupid question, but do you have to log into Steam to use it? If yes, can you use multiple applications from Steam at once?
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emsy Dec 23, 2012 @ 6:28am 
I'd like to know too, if u need to run steam to launch it. I'd like to buy this for my sister but she has very poor notebook, and running steam every time for this program or having it permanently in memory is just way too resource costy.
Kiya Dec 23, 2012 @ 9:11am 
It does require you to be logged into Steam to be able to use it - however I run Steam on my ancient Samsung NC10 notebook without problems. I just keep Steam in small mode.

You can run several apps or games through Steam at the same time - you just need to wait until the 'preparing to launch' dialogue has gone before starting up something else.
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