@ Titi , i did not have a bad day(and im sorry if you felt i was rude to you, that was not intended in that case), i dislike how you feel windows is at fault.
1. this is how windows does filenames, it doesn't care about case sensitivity. That's a fact whether you like it or not.
2.Yes, this is obvious and i would like you gave me a bit more credit than thinking this was not the case.
3.Yes and it's awesome some day when windows goes full retard with subscriptions and cloud and what else they try to figure out (soul consumption clause anyone?), (and they will). I have a better place to go thanks to awesome people like you!
i have never had problems with windows file extensions from my point of view Linux is worse in this regard because im used to non-case sensitivity, and your point which you rather rude pointed out, about bugs with file extensions are moot. If Linux was non-case sensitive this wouldn't be a problem regardless if windows bug or not made file extensions with case or not.
And on a final note, You sounded very rude and assumed i didn't understand the problem, then proceeded to rack down on my OS of choice forcing your own belief that a bug or feature is "dumb" and "improve" with quotations.
Do not talk down to me again.. thank you.
edit: i almost forgot the most impotant thing.
@Titi, i think you are right tho. I don't really like it, it feels
(for me) like a ugly workaround, But it will be a great help for modders who are on windows so they suddenly don't have users on Linux for which the mod doesn't work for.