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Brilliant Idea - Allow accounts on the same computer access to all the games on that computer
My problem arises from the simple fact that my dad and I shared an account at one time. Now I have my own account, on the same laptop, and I cannot play the games I bought with MY money. Steam has detected the game files on my laptop, shows them in my library under my dad's Account name. HOWEVER it requires me to purchase ALL the games I have already bought for $20-$60 AGAIN. Now my suggestion is that when steam detects game files on a computer that it should allow the person on that computer to access those games. Now I know everyone loves lots-o-money. However you've made quite a bit off the purchases I made on my dad's account. I have no desire to repurchase those games simply because I decided to get my own steam account. So if you could kindly look into some type of method that allows me to play the games I bought on my dad's account. I'd be very happy indeed. I love Steam, it's an amazing program but honestly....the fact that you would require me to purchase a game already installed on my laptop is rediculous.