Hi there, recently downloaded OTT and I'm liking it so far..nice work! Just found out a little bug, basically, i'm unable to scan/import steam games. When i try to scan nothing happen, and no games are showed into the list(even if i unthick the VR manifest box). Now before my guess, i must say that my PC have 2 drives: C amd D. On C i have all my programs(OTT also) and important stuff, on D all my games. My guess is that OTT scan only the main OS drive, so in this case C. Am i right? :P Thanks and good luck
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@Glenugie I plan to release the current build tomorrow or the day after, but i'll drop you a link so you can try it out straight away. Do let me know if you find anything that seems broken.
Same issue here, Steam library is on D:, OTT cannot import games. Snippet from the log:
Updating list of Steam games
TryGetLibraryPathList: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
@ApollyonVR checked, i didn't receive the link, thanks.
I am having the same issue, i have steam library in e: f: h: drives... OTT cannot show the library.
in OTT.log, there is the following message
Found Steam VR manifest: f:\program files\steam\config\steamapps.vrmanifest
TryGetLibraryPathList: Object reference not set to an instance of an object
I have the same problem, I can't import the Steam library. My application version is 0.87.6.0
My Steam library is on the D drive
I'd like you to try the latest build, so if you could drop me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) i'll send you a link for that and we'll see how
Thanks, i'll take a look and see what i find.
Sure, no problem, and thanks for the support! Had to zip it because the web page won't allow me to upload just the file.
Well, no =) It should find your Steam libary paths no matter where they are located.
I just tried and i can see my Steam games fine in the Import feature and i have my Steam Library on the D: drive as well. Still probably a bug though =). Perhaps the ott.log might tell us more. If you could do a "Restart in Debug mode" from the Advanced tab, let OTT start up and then click "View & Import" again on the Steam Library option. Close OTT down again and then either attach the ott.log here, or send it to me via email and i'll have a look. The ott.log is located in the same path where OTT is installed.