Steam for Linux Client Receives a New Update

Valve is on a roll and releases the second patch for Steam in just two days

  Steam for Linux client interface
Valve has released yet another beta build of its Steam client, fixing a few problems with the Linux version of the application.

Valve has released yet another beta build of its Steam client, fixing a few problems with the Linux version of the application.

The company usually pushes a few Beta updates before upgrading the stable branch of Steam, and now it's time for another Beta build to be released.

According to the developers, bad UI display that occurred when installing games with shared dependencies has been fixed, the overlay xinput filtering has been changed, and the group announcement notifications are now providing links directly to the announcement instead of the group overview page.

Also, the corrupt check box and radio button images on web pages have been fixed, and the game controller hot-plugging is now working properly.

Check the official announcement for more details about this release. You can also download the Steam installer from Softpedia if you don't have the client.

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