Here is a nice walk-through for those who like to view web pages and chat with his buddies on Steam while playing Battlefield Heroes.

Before you can run the Steam Community Overlay in Battlefield Heroes, which is currently still in beta as of 2-16-09, you will need to install 3 pieces of software:

1. Mozilla Firefox
2. Steam
3. Battlefield Heroes

Click the links above to acquire.

This instructable is courtesy of http://ruckman.net

Step 1: Add non-Steam game

To begin, start Steam and click on the games tab. Then click on the "Add non-Steam game" button.
Did someone say.... <br> <br> <br>ZOMBIE PANIC: SOURCE?!?!?! <br> <br>That game is AWESOME! <br> <br>*Thumbs Up*
The instructions are misleading, you don't need to install Firefox. This will work with any web browser including the one built into Windows - Internet Explorer. So all you really need is Battlefield Heroes and Steam. You don't ever NEED to install Firefox.
You are only partially correct. BFHeroes will only work with IE and Firefox. No others. So yes, you could use IE if you don't like Firefox but that is your only other choice. BFHeroes requires the use of an ActiveX control which they later ported to run from Firefox as well.
Woo TF2 player!!!!!
It is similar, but this is Battlefield Heroes.
I was talking about on your steam games list. But no L4D or HL2?
Ah, I was using an alternate PC. I do have those games ;)

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