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f1e: Someone needs to create a wishlist item "be more transparent".
https://www.gog.com/wishlist/site/enhance_gogs_communication_with_its_users_and_be_more_transparent
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MarkoH01: 32 pages don't mean a lot.
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BreOl72: It may be 32 pages for you two...for me it's "only" 13 pages so far.

;)
Now that you say it - it's 13 for me too .... well, the number of posts is what counts and this should be the same for everybody :)
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Thorfinn: This is a major disappointment.

Galaxy doesn't fit the need, because I don't install games on my internet machine, only on my in-house LAN. So it's offline only.

Which is something of a problem because I have no idea when there's a game updated what exactly changed. Changelog doesn't really help. Take Train Valley, which says it's been updated, but the changelog says the last change was on 1 AUG 2019. I'm left with downloading EVERYTHING, then using a file sync program to figure out whether I should overwrite the old content or if it's just duplicate files with a new date.
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MarkoH01: I am a bit confused. GOG Downloader also did not show what had been updated - you still needed to look at the website and follow the "What did just update" thread (if you did not want to use GOGrepo or similar tools.
It did (for me anyway) show how many games were updated. Then go to https://www.gog.com/account click the arrow next to My Collection > Updated ... to view the specific games.
Post edited 23 hours ago by teceem
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MarkoH01: I am a bit confused. GOG Downloader also did not show what had been updated - you still needed to look at the website and follow the "What did just update" thread (if you did not want to use GOGrepo or similar tools.
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teceem: It did (for me anyway) show how many games were updated. Then go to https://www.gog.com/account click the arrow next to My Collection > Updated ... to view the specific games.
But it only told you how many games were updated and not which one. To download them you needed to know which one and therefore you still needed the website to figure this out.
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MarkoH01: But it only told you how many games were updated and not which one. To download them you needed to know which one and therefore you still needed the website to figure this out.
Sure, I was just trying to say that you could find most of the updated ones without that forum topic (though it is a nice extra).