Yeah. But Cass always was more private, so it's easier to imagine her still there in the background, where Steph was much more present and in-your-face.
Mind you, however much I love our dysfunctional father Bruce, I've never forgiven him for making her Robin just to get back at Tim for leaving, and therefore not bothering to provide her with the training or information she would have needed to do the job well. Then he drops her brutally for not being a good enough Robin (even though it's the fault of his neglect) and then he also doesn't bother to follow up on her afterwards.
So to me, he's personally responsible for all the War Games deaths, including hers--even if hers turned out to be a sanity escape instead.
And I'll also never forgive him for how he treated both her and Tim AFTER her "death"; he couldn't either give her a memorial Case or make sure that if she WAS alive, she was getting any help she needed? Much less tell Tim his best friend might still be alive? No, because Bruce was still punishing Tim rather than treating Steph as her own person, much less taking responsibility for how much harm he'd caused her.
--Nonie, who loves the big bastard but not for this sorta thing
Yeah, I love Bruce (and Alfred, of course), but when your only remaining parents are Vengeance and Self-Control, you don't learn how to show warmth OR work out your personal issues in a loud yelling match and then go out for ice cream together.