Windows XP\ Vista support dropped 11/19/2016It's been a while but I think some people (especially first time visitor's) don't know yet
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Jighen posted a topic in SupportMade a previous post a few days ago but it lacked an appropriate title. Situation? Steam games are not working well with my Overwolf. I click on the sidebar that is sticking out in the corner but nothing. If you turn off steam overlay in game, you won't see the sidebar either. The curious part about the entire situation is Overwolf functions normally IF a steam friend logs on or a notification pops up. It works all the way until the popup from steam falls off. I'm trying my best to remain patient but it's been a few days. I know people have been waiting longer than me but I'd like to get to the bottom of this asap. I need the overlays function. last edit: Forgot to mention that if you turn off the steam overlay in game setting Overwolf doesn't even show up in game. Log.zip
For Windows 10 Press Windows key + R OR use the “Find” button. Type in %localappdata% Press enter. Enter a folder named “Overwolf”. Inside the Overwolf folder there is the Log folder. Using a program like 7Zip, Winzip or winrar (both have free versions) create a .rar file of the Logs folder. Attach the file you just created to your support email. For Windows Vista/7/8.1 Click the Windows “Start” button. In the “Search” bar type “%localappdata%” without the quotation marks. Press enter. Search for a folder named “Overwolf”. Inside the Overwolf folder there is the Log folder. Using a program like 7Zip, Winzip or winrar, both have free versions, create a .rar file of the Logs folder. Attach the file you just created to an email and send it to Support@Overwolf.com. When sending an email to Support@Overwolf.com please include the following details: Your forum name. A link to your forum post. A short description of your issue.