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  • Emil
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    Ah ok, I'll try that. Thanks for the help!

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  • Steve Machol
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    I believe you can create a new Moderator usergroup, then edit the usergroupid number in the database. Change this to '7'. (This assumes you do not have a usergroup with that ID.)

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  • Emil
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    Ohhh that's weird

    There's no way to like get it back or something?

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  • Steve Machol
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    The Moderator group was never deletable in any version that I'm aware of. You need to do this manually in the db or possibly it was a hack that went bad.

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  • Emil
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    Hmmm I'm positive I used the dropdown menu behind the forum.. But it might have been while I used an older version of vbulletin.. You could delete it on older versions, right? Otherwise I have no idea how I deleted it lol.. I just know that I messed up a little.. It's not that big of a problem but it would be good to get it back in some way.. Thanks

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  • Floris
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    How did you remove it?
    Because the drop down behind the default usergroup Moderators does not allow deletion.

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  • Emil
    started a topic How to get back moderator group

    How to get back moderator group

    Hey,
    I messed up a little.. I accidentally deleted the user group Moderators.. I know I can make one by adding a custom user group, but is there any way I can get it back as a Default Usergroup? Thanks for the help!

    /Emil
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