Update: this patch was re-issued on March 13 with additional fixes and improvements for issues that were missed in the initial release.
A new Steam client has been released and will be automatically downloaded.
Added a setting to disable group event and announcement notifications
Removed sign-on notifications for friends who are already online/in-game when you first sign-in
Fixed several reported crashes and hangs
Fixed an issue where some workshop items would be downloaded repeatedly
Fixed an issue with recently played games missing from the task-bar menu
Fixed an issue with recently played games appearing in the wrong order
Fixed scheduled future game updates being invisible on the Download page
Fixed install dialog getting stuck while preallocating disk space
Fixed Windows taskbar showing pending progress even when there are no updates available
Fixed video player failing to start for Windows users with non-ASCII user names
Improved error handling when game files are locked by other programs during updates
Improved library sort order for games that start with punctuation or Unicode characters
Updated Web control to CEF v56.0.2924.51
Added confirmation before Restarting/Suspending/Shutting Down from the system menu
Fixed an issue causing some controller navigation actions to be ignored
Removed unintentional navigation input coming from racing wheels and flight sticks
macOS / OS X
Fixed an issue which caused some games to crash immediately under OS X 10.9 or earlier
Improved color fidelity in the Steam UI on newer 2015 iMac and 2016 Macbook Pro displays
Added better offline controller support. Controller Configurations and Pesonalization will now download for offline use after the first online game launch. When offline, edits are local only and will not be uploaded to the cloud. When returning to online mode, the previous online configuration will be restored, but your saved local edits will be available for selection
Added Controller Config Preview. When importing a configuration, it will now be previewed first and then it can be accepted or backed out without applying the configuration. While previewing a configuration, all its settings can be viewed, but not changed
Added Steam Controller Configuration Links. When browsing configurations, a link can now be copied to the clipboard by pressing the Start button or Control+C. Following this Steam link will how the configuration and it can be optionally applied to the game it corresponds to. This link can be opened via a browser or at the commandline. From the command line, use "start [link]" in Windows, "open [link]" in OSX, and "xdg-open [link]" in SteamOS/Linux. Note that a controller must be active to apply a configuration. Links will be shown in the controller type they were created for, but will be converted to the controller type they are being applied to on application
Changed configuration sorting to use a rolling 30-day window. The most popular configurations over the past 30 days are sorted to the top.
Added voting to configurations, and added support to optionally sort configurations by votes instead of usage.
Added Lock Gyro at Extents option for Joystick Move. When turned off, the controller will no long lock at the full extents, matching old behavior from October
Fixed dead-zones on some controllers being too small when using joystick mouse, resulting in drift
Fixed a bug where multiple non-Steam Controllers could control the same player
Added support for multiple additional PS4 and third-party PS4-style controllers
Added audio support for official DS4 v2 Slim controllers
Added power-off timeout functionality for PS4 controllers connected over wireless
Disabled controller power-off timeout while the configurator is open
Added mouse dampening option for Mouse Region mode
Fixed XInput controllers getting bad configuration settings if connected prior to Steam login
Fixed a bug where configurations for guests could be saved under a generic guest account rather than under the signed-in local user.
Increased desktop capture to 60 FPS on Windows 8 and newer
Added an option to change desktop resolution to match the streaming client under advanced host settings
Added a separate option to enable NVIDIA ShadowPlay capture under advanced host settings
Added a recovery path if your graphics driver crashes or resets during streaming. Graphics driver resets may still crash your game anyway. If you experience frequent crashes, we recommend that you disable hardware encoding.
Fixed green screen when capturing a multiple-monitor desktop with NVIDIA ShadowPlay capture in VR
Steam client update released
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