View Full Version : No Support from VALVE here

11-05-2010, 11:44 AM
I wonder why no one from valve check this forums or support sdk tools.

There are 3 Topics Problem Model browser Hammer Authorig tool

And no support or fix update from Valve

Strange = yes :confused:

11-05-2010, 12:28 PM
This SUF as in ...




not VEH: as in...

V- Valve

E- Employee

H- Help

See the difference?

The people who offer help here do it on their free time and at their own will...for FREE.

If there is a problem with Hammer, create a help ticket by going to the support page at the top of this page. Raise the issue, maybe Valve is not aware of it yet. Maybe they are and are currently working on it.

Have a good one sir.

11-05-2010, 01:01 PM


Free time lol ? u kidding me

I email steam support:

If u read again what a type : 3 topics sdk forum !

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A staff member has replied to your question:

Hello Subotai, Thank you for contacting Steam Support. We do not offer technical support for development tools or user made content. Please visit the following page for information: Title: Resources for the Source SDK, Mapping, and Dedicated Servers Link: http://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=1987-WYGJ-3701 Additional resources can be found on our forums: http://forums.steampowered.com Also, feel free to visit the Valve Developer Wiki: http://developer.valvesoftware.com

So Steam or Valve same company ?

Valve have there own support ?

How do you kow i did not email this problem ?

Updates are from Steam ----> Steam Cloud ----> iam wrong ?

They can inform community if they know bug in model browser ?

So iam working on campain maps for L4D1 and L4D2 for communty in free time !

3 x problem in 1 week thats why i opend this topic

11-05-2010, 03:50 PM
Valve created the product called steam as a Publisher would, I believe Half-Life was oringinally published by Sierra for the creators Valve,

Steam was their way of breaking iinto the publishing side and also to make it easier to update games. Pre- steam you would try to log onto your favorite server only to find out there was an update, then you would find the update miorrors were to busy to download the patch, and sometimes you could hunt down an unathorized mirror to download it from so you could play, the product steam keeps your games up to date automatically so you do not have to do that anymore, of course now other game providers have copied the ability to auto update their games.

Since that time steam has morphed into what it is now.