Does anyone know how the Steam workshop CDN works?
I use the Miami Steam server because I'm in Florida, and, with games I get a good 3.5MB/s download speed, however, with the Steam workshop items I get barely 700KB/s. Does anyone know the reasoning for this? Is it because they don't distribute content globally for user based items? Or, is it because they're smaller objects (~100MB vs ~8GB)? Or 'because Valve'?
(I did google first, all I see is a lot of people asking the same thing with no answers.)
Games are broken into many small parts which can be downloaded in parallel. Workshop items are a single large file which does not benefit from multiple HTTP connections.
I have a ridiculous number of mods active, and I'd like to download more using Steam Workshop (which has better quest mods as compared to Skyrim Nexus). However, I don't know if merging .esps will cause any conflicts with the Steam Workshop mod manager.
I'm asking because I got these confusing information: This map's description states that the Steam Workshop does not allow including .NAV files and recommends I download a copy from another website, instead. While, this other Steam Workshop map's description states that it includes a "unique NAV file". In the latter map, I checked if there's a .NAV file included with the map in its folder...\workshop\. Does the Steam Workshop allow downloading of custom-made bot navigation files (.NAV) along with the map itself? If yes, where are they located?
i have a electric furnance (and a steam dynamo and a puverizer) in my pipe system, to automatic transform or use items. At the beginning I lost many items because the furnance was full and the dropt out off the pipe. Now i have this setup: But i don't like it.. i search for a way that the items stay in the cheast until there is space for more items in the furnance because with over 1000 items in a pipe.. it explodes sometimes :) Anyone an idea?
I'm playing hardcore and always farming a lot, making sure I'm always very high level. But it seems I get much less xp because the mobs are much lower level than me. Does anyone know how this reduction is calculated?
Does anyone know how do I order some of my agents to stop accompanying an army? I hope it's possible because I really need to deploy my champion to improve the happiness in the region.
I've installed some gamemodes from the workshop but I have no idea how to get this in my server. For example I get the gamemode Hide and Seek which gets put in the directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\GarrysMod\garrysmod\addons So I copy the add on and paste it in my server hosting map which is in: C:\Users\Loko\Desktop\steamcmd\gmodserver\garrysmod\addons Now I used steamcmd to host the server and use srcds.exe to host it. Now I can host gamemodes such as TTT and prophunt but those aren't from the workshop. To change the gamemode I have to type in: gamemode
Do you get bonus points for unused items such as weapons and shields in 1998 PC version of Centipede? The reason I ask is because I'm trying to beat my old hi-scores on maps. If you do get bonus points for unused items then how many points do you get for each of the items? The only thing I know is that you don't get bonus points for unused shields. Any ideas? Links to back your answers would be beneficial.
I know that booster packs are given out to users who have got all possible card drops from a certain game, as stated in the Steam Trading Card FAQ. However, with Free-to-Play games such as Team Fortress 2 and Dota 2 you have to spend money on in-game items to get cards as there are no free card drops. As a player who haven't paid enough to get a card from either game, I have no possible card drops. However, I'm not eligible for a booster pack either. What is required to get booster packs from F2P games? There does exist both TF2 and Dota 2 booster packs, as they are being sold at the Steam
I use mainly Skyrim Nexus mods, but I have a few mods on Steam Workshop. The ones on Steam Workshop don't activate, mainly because I launch my Skyrim through SKSE. How can I get them to work?