According to the latest report provided by the Steam officials, Valve officially rolled out a new software update for the Steam Deck that fixed a bug where switching the active controller in the configurator could lose unsaved changes and Reduced the update rate from 240hz to 120hz to reduce instances of maxed out mouse movement between game frames.
Recently, we made an article and informed that Steam just released the most popular August 2022 games list. You can check the complete changelog which is mentioned below.
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- Now automatically switch controller configurations to be per device when multiple of the same controller are connected at once
- Fixed a crash with editing the mode settings for input (e.g. joystick)
- Fixed a crash when setting a trigger input to “Disabled” in an action set layer
- Fixed an issue where “Disabled” would be listed multiple times in the dropdown options for modes
- Fixed a bug where switching the active controller in the configurator could lose unsaved changes
Steam Input: FlickStick
- Reduced update rate from 240hz to 120hz to reduce instances of maxed-out mouse movement between game frames
- Added a “Slap Back” check so that the stick does not accidentally invoke an opposite-side turn when snapping home aggressively
- Any remaining Snap Angle is doled as the stick returns to zero. This further reduces “mouse movement spikes”
- Fix for Dampening Value not being used with the correct ranges
- Tweaked Inner Radius Default to be lower
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