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Dr.Bo: Is there a way to prevent GOG Galaxy to update the steam plugin?!
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FlavioV: You can change the plugin version so Galaxy thinks it's already up to date. I did it back in February when the plugin decided to reimport all games every now and then and I can confirm it still works today.

1. Go to the plugin folder
2. Open manifest.json in your favorite text editor (I use Notepads but the standard notepad should work as well)
3. Change the version tag to the current release (0.50.6) or newer
4. Save it and open Galaxy

The plugin won't be updated automatically until there's a higher build available.
Where is located the manifest.json file?

Edit: i found the manifest file but when i edit it on the notepad wont let me save it.
Post edited December 19, 2020 by SonicScientist1987
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FlavioV: You can change the plugin version so Galaxy thinks it's already up to date. I did it back in February when the plugin decided to reimport all games every now and then and I can confirm it still works today.

1. Go to the plugin folder
2. Open manifest.json in your favorite text editor (I use Notepads but the standard notepad should work as well)
3. Change the version tag to the current release (0.50.6) or newer
4. Save it and open Galaxy

The plugin won't be updated automatically until there's a higher build available.
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SonicScientist1987: Where is located the manifest.json file?

Edit: i found the manifest file but when i edit it on the notepad wont let me save it.
The full path on Windows should be: %LOCALAPPDATA%\GOG.com\Galaxy\plugins\installed\steam_ca27391f-2675-49b1-92c0-896d43afa4f8\manifest.json

Make sure Galaxy isn't running otherwise the file might be in use. Take a look at the system tray, if the Galaxy icon is present right-click it and click Exit.
If it still doesn't work open task manager and finish any process related to Galaxy.
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SonicScientist1987: Where is located the manifest.json file?

Edit: i found the manifest file but when i edit it on the notepad wont let me save it.
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FlavioV: The full path on Windows should be: %LOCALAPPDATA%\GOG.com\Galaxy\plugins\installed\steam_ca27391f-2675-49b1-92c0-896d43afa4f8\manifest.json

Make sure Galaxy isn't running otherwise the file might be in use. Take a look at the system tray, if the Galaxy icon is present right-click it and click Exit.
If it still doesn't work open task manager and finish any process related to Galaxy.
Thanks, i will try that.
have three plugins crashing: steam, uplay and origin. deleting folders did not help, and neither did ending the galaxy communication process along with the python process it just launched windows modules installer annoyingly over and over.

and python.exe keeps reappearing over and over each time i restart gog after closing it out.
Post edited June 19, 2021 by AbyssQueen69
Fixed it by deleting the Steam plugin folder from C:\Users\*username*\AppData\Local\GOG.com\Galaxy\plugins\installed then restarting the client.

The above worked for me

Thank you

Storminorme
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Storminorme: Fixed it by deleting the Steam plugin folder from C:\Users\*username*\AppData\Local\GOG.com\Galaxy\plugins\installed then restarting the client.

The above worked for me

Thank you

Storminorme
THANK you. This fixed it for me.
For me this did not solve the problem. I had to delete the steam_*.ini file (located in C:\Users\*username*\AppData\Local\GOG.com\Galaxy\plugins\installed) and then delete the mentioned folder in C:\Users\*username*\AppData\Local\GOG.com\Galaxy\plugins\installed.

After that everything works fine again.
Post edited February 11, 2022 by Apollo3141
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Apollo3141: For me this did not solve the problem. I had to delete the steam_*.ini file (located in C:\Users\*username*\AppData\Local\GOG.com\Galaxy\plugins\installed) and then delete the mentioned folder in C:\Users\*username*\AppData\Local\GOG.com\Galaxy\plugins\installed.

After that everything works fine again.
This worked for me
Ok, have new way to fix it, in case if all other stuff isnt work

so, go to
C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\GOG.com\Galaxy\plugins\installed

find

steam_plugin_config.ini

and delete it.

after that click retry on steam integration.
steam_plugin_config.ini <--- i dont even have file like this still everytime i click connect got the python has stopped working everytime, im loosing my mind :\/

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: python.exe
Application Version: 3.7.3150.1013
Application Timestamp: 5c994812
Fault Module Name: ucrtbase.DLL
Fault Module Version: 10.0.10240.16390
Fault Module Timestamp: 55a5bf73
Exception Code: 40000015
Exception Offset: 0007d85a
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1045
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