Steam is updating
each of which execute independently and fire off their own bindings with their own settings.
I own a Minecraft server and I go to my static caravan every 2 weekends and I use it just fine for that along with other games like CSS and Gmod.Scroll wheel Mode on Joystick now ignores the joystick returning to the center position when doing horizontal/vertical scrolling.This allows for bindings to be cycled through scroll wheel on left/right or up/down taps.There's some high Arcadian magic involved, if you ask me. Just how much space exactly do I need to get through it (because having more free space than the game installation itself is and still being unable to patch it makes literally no sense to me)? After finishing the updates before the previously disappeared free space is free again, so I'm under strong impression that those "vanishing gigabytes" are used for some sort of temp files. Steam often uses way more disk space for the install than the size of the game its self. Nevertheless, it's a good idea to check where it currently resides, and how large it is.
16gb seems like alot to me for a patch but thats hardly anything for steam to work with when patching a game.