I've tried to cope with the issue single-handedly, but unfortunately that's not an option anymore.
I've currently my DF:C installed with all the released books present. The problem is, I can't patch it through Steam properly. For example, it seems RTG has released another stability patch since I last played the game. Steam states 314,6 MB are required to download the patch. I have 16 GB free on my Steam installation disk and 60+ GB free on my system disk, so, naturally, I expect everything to work in no-brain mode. However, halfway through peacefully downloading the patch in background Steam throws a "Not enough free disk space" error. I check it, and - yep, Steam installation disk really has all its free space mysteriously gone.
There's some high Arcadian magic involved, if you ask me. Not that I'm Azadi or something.
How is the patching process done? Does the game need more space to "repack" the resources after downloading the patch? Just how much space exactly do I need to get through it (because having more free space than the game installation itself is and still being unable to patch it makes literally no sense to me)?
A little help here?