TJF588 May 22, 2014 @ 1:10pm
Bonus Content and Steam DLC Disabling
Since we can all now pick and choose which DLC entries to have enabled or disabled, could the Bonus Content pack be split into at least two entries for the DLC tab: one for the in-game content, and at least one for the extra downloadables (soundtrack and art)?
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BlaXpirit May 22, 2014 @ 1:16pm 
TJF588 May 22, 2014 @ 1:27pm 
It would do more good for me if I'm missing something obvious if you'd spell out the sentiment behind the facepalm.
BlaXpirit May 22, 2014 @ 1:39pm 
There is absolutely no reason to disable the DLC, ever.
Spending time on this while the game is ridden with bugs is not wise.
This could be so much more trouble than you may think, maybe even impossible.
Shadowspaz May 28, 2014 @ 7:35pm 
I'm trying to figure out why you would want this feature. Just so you don't have to download the soundtrack? Why? Are you that tight on space, or is your internet so slow that the bit of extra data is a massive time sink for you?

I didn't even know I had the soundtrack until I got poking around in folders, and besides that, it's a great soundtrack. EnV is awesome.
TJF588 May 28, 2014 @ 7:48pm 
Just an interest in "tidiness". I suppose the next "step" would be to ask developers of games that include their soundtracks by default to arrange them as a DLC items, but since this title already has DLC, figured to tap here at least. I haven't bothered to see just how much space the extra files take up, but it'd be convenient to know I wouldn't suddenly double-up if an update hits (I keep all my music files in a particular "place"). If only we could have that sort of convenience for those first-time boot installations, too... But, there's Steam Cleaner for those, at the least.
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