- I don't like this modEl Fantasma de la B wrote:Thank you for your response.
Shouldn't it be rather obvious given a context though?
- Mods like to drink coffee.
- I have downloaded a lot of mods for my site.
- Need help installing this mod.
- That nazi mod banned me.
- That mod's version is 3.5.1!
- One of the mods stole my bike.
Even if there was a food named mod, we still wouldn't have this issue. "I just had a few mods for breakfast" or "Mom please get me some mods from the supermarket" or "I pooped mostly mod leftovers".
You'd be surprised.El Fantasma de la B wrote:Shouldn't it be rather obvious given a context though?
referred*El Fantasma de la B wrote:Then user is really stupid.
In both cases its very obvious that it refers to a modification and not a mod. And when in doubt you should always pick modification because 'modification' in form of a release or project is in most cases refered as 'mod', while 'moderator' is in most cases refered as 'moderator', such as in any forum's legend or rank.
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