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This Looks Dangerous #3

This is a welcome improvement from the old ability to remove our own administrative ability, without knowing. Let's see if it works.


See an improvement? "grant admin privileges" is way more obvious than "admin".



So click on the link, and get a warning. So, we'll select "Grant Admin Privileges".



Now, we have 2 administrators. Click on the link again.



And now, the second and the key warning. Here, I hope that the default selection is "Cancel". Having observed the warning, we'll select "Revoke Admin Privileges".



And now, we have one administrator again.


A welcome improvement here, folks.

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