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Re: Common SCS Forum Abbreviations

#11 Post by Bocaj » 14 Jul 2019 17:37

you really miss LP = License Plate.
God it took me forever to guess what this was when people and especially in mods its listed as feature :D
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Re: Common SCS Forum Abbreviations

#12 Post by Mohegan13 » 14 Jul 2019 17:42

My only issue is the SCS entry. While it does refer to those people as a company name, the abbreviations used on the forum are only to reference the company (not the founders) or the devs as a collective unit. :P
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#13 Post by supersobes » 15 Jul 2019 02:29

@Bocaj Thanks! I added that one. :)

@Mohegan13 I know. I just added it incase anyone was wondering what the real meaning behind the SCS name was. I took me a while to learn that one when I first got here. ;)
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Re: Common SCS Forum Abbreviations

#14 Post by supersobes » 22 Apr 2020 21:30

The abbreviations commonly used for betas were added to the list:
  • EB = Experimental Beta
  • OB = Open Beta (Same as Public Beta)
  • PB = Public Beta (Same as Open Beta)
Some more truck terminology was also added:
  • DEF = Diesel Exhaust Fluid (this is the North American name for AdBlue)
  • DPF = Diesel Particulate Filter
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Re: Common SCS Forum Abbreviations

#15 Post by Vlad (ua) » 22 Apr 2020 22:41

CB - Closed Beta is missing (maybe ;))
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#16 Post by supersobes » 23 Apr 2020 01:06

@Vlad (ua) Ah, that's a good one. I added two definitions to that as CB also refers to the radio that truck drivers use. ;)
  • CB = 1. Closed Beta 2. Citizens Band Radio
I'm also adding a couple that I've seen on here recently that I had to look up.
  • TL;DR = Too Long; Didn't Read
  • YMMV = Your Mileage May Vary
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#17 Post by Vlad (ua) » 23 Apr 2020 06:09

Thank you, good job ;)
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Re: Common SCS Forum Abbreviations

#18 Post by supersobes » 03 Jun 2020 03:09

Seeing as SCS is using these in the release dates for upcoming DLCs, I think it would be a good idea to add these to the list.
  • TBA = To Be Announced
  • TBD = To Be Decided
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