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This Looks Dangerous

Weren't we told, some time ago, that the owner of a blog can't be removed from its Permissions?



One of those accounts should not have a "Remove" link, nor a clickable "admin" link.


I'm not testing this here though. I like this blog. But, I can test it on another blog.

Is this another change made in silence?

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Mishka said…
I guess that must happen when the admin rights are given to more than one....maybe we can even change owners now and we don't even know it...I wish they would tell us (at least us) when they add a feature....grrr...
amr said…
the question is whether the "remove" link disappears if only one admin remains
Chuck said…
That's the third question.

The first is whether this option is available for all team blogs.

The second is whether this really will work, because, as I said above, I'm not testing this on this blog.

OK, you have me curious now. Give me 1/2 hour.
amr said…
thanks for looking into it. i was curious but didn't have the energy to test it out.

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