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    There any way to turn this off? I don't see a need for this on my forum, which only has one admin, so I don't feel like having it take up space in the db. Thanks for the help.

    Andrew
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    You can edit the code to remove all references to it.

    However, I disagree with the fact that you don't need it because you are the only admin..

    One day you may make a change that messes something up or turns off a feature and you can't remember what you did.. Looking at the admin log tells you what you did and how to reverse your changes.
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    • #3
      How can you look at the adminlog?
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      • #4
        I think by looking for it in the mySQL database...

        Just checked. Access the mySQL-database and you find a table called adminlog. Just growse it by phpmyadmin
        Last edited by orca; Sat 14th Jul '01, 6:06am.
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        • #5
          I did know that!

          I just thought there would be a different way!
          Perhaps something like the stats page in the CPL!
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          • #6
            Not currently.

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