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« on: May 01, 2018, 08:12:09 AM »

OK, question....how do you give yourself back the Mega User Flag if you took it away?

I thought the main admin character would be able to do this??

But now I can't do it.

What I was trying to do was to add a new Superuser Flag for Screenreader Users - thus opening certain accessibility features, and making it a global setting only Admin could set.

I was not able to set the flag after I created it.

So, brilliant me took away the Mega User flag from myself, figuring then I could give it back...and then would be able to set the new flag I had created.  Problem is now I can't gve myself back the mega user flag.

This is only on my test site.

I went into PHP MyAdmin to see if there was an easy way to do this, and I don't see it.
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« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2018, 09:07:49 AM »

Given that you are the acctid of 1, you could use the following SQL statement through PHPMyAdmin. It will give you every flag besides translation tool, if I recall correctly.

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UPDATE accounts SET superuser = 112984063 WHERE acctid = 1
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« Reply #2 on: May 01, 2018, 09:18:04 AM »

Given that you are the acctid of 1, you could use the following SQL statement through PHPMyAdmin. It will give you every flag besides translation tool, if I recall correctly.

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UPDATE accounts SET superuser = 112984063 WHERE acctid = 1

Could I just manually change it?

Did it, thanks.

Now...would there be a way...to be able to do what I was originally TRYING to do...to be able to set a flag I, myself do not possess vis a vis screenreader usage?
Trying to find a way to increase accessibility for screenreader users without allowing non-screenreader users to use it to cheat things.
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