11-02-2017 12:18 PM
I recenlty recieved my HTC Vive and activated the software bundle. However, while the Vive Port claims I have Tiltbrush in my Library whenever I tried to use it, I am redirected to the Steam store and given the option to buy Tiltbrush. Also, whenever I try to activate the code from the email sent to me by HTC I am informed the code has been used (Vive port) or is not recognised (Steam). Am I going to have to buy Tiltbrush?
Any help appreciated.
11-02-2017 12:24 PM
No, you won't have to buy Tiltbrush if you received it from us in the bundle. Let's see if we can figure out what's going on. You have the Vive software downloaded and you've gone to your library to download Tiltbrush after logging in with the same account your redeem the bundle code on, right? Then what happens? What do you see?
11-02-2017 12:29 PM
I have opened Viveport, gone to my Library and there before are the programs and games I have purchase dand donwwloaded.
Tilt Brush is there, when I move my mouse over the icon, it fades a little and a blue button appears with te word open on it.
However, when I click on it, I am redirected to the Tiltbrush section on the Steam store. There is no option to play, intall, download, just to add to cart for £14.99.
11-03-2017 08:51 AM
I have tried that. Now I have no Viveport app, but Tilt Brush does appear in my Steam library, which I suppose is good.
However, it still insists I purchase it.
11-03-2017 09:39 AM
I got it working in a very backward faction. I found the exe file in steamapps. It works if I click on it there. I have just created a shortcut. It makes no sense, but I aint arguing, it works.
11-04-2017 08:17 AM
No it appeared in both Libraries, but won't start you click on the icon in either. I am redirected to the steam store and giventhe option of buying it.
The only way to get it to fire up is through the exe file in the steam app folder, which I have used to create a new Tilt Brush file in Steam. As I said, not ideal but it works.
11-04-2017 06:41 PM - edited 11-04-2017 06:41 PM
@Blackivar, This is super werid. I haven't seen anything like this. I'm glad you've found a workaround in the meantime. You can right click on that exe and create a shortcut and put it someplace easier to access such as your desktop. Synthesis and I will have to brainstorm over this one as it's not a garden variety issue.
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