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Steam not validating game files

Valve informed us that there was a bug in their Steam API which would sometimes return that an account is banned when it isn't. This means for us that some of the accounts shown as "unbanned" for the past year have really never been banned.

The Steam3 ID (64bit)/Steam Community ID is now shown in hexadecimal as well, as this is the Steam ID format that they use in some games.

We have recently made a new bot and checked all the Steam IDs created since Steam release.

Please check the system requirements at the bottom of the Ship Simulator Extremes webpage.

Notice that Ship Simulator is not compatible with Intel HD Graphics chipsets that are commonly used in laptops.

Multiple Set Cursor Position inputs can be multi-bound to a single button allowing cursor position binding cycling.

Scroll wheel Mode on Joystick now ignores the joystick returning to the center position when doing horizontal/vertical scrolling.

After you've clicked on the download button you can select all three items. If you are using Steam, you could try validating Steam's cache files.

Your computer will only install the correct redistributables. You can follow the steps on steam's support section here: Windows update Make sure you have all latest updates installed for your Windows version.

If you are sure your system exceeds the minimum requirements you can follow these steps to get the game to work: 1.

Try to run the game as an administrator (Rightmouse clicking on the SSE icon or on the Steam icon before starting steam and choosing "Run as administrator") 2.

This allows an arbitrary X/Y position to be moved to on a button press and optionally warp back to the original position on release.