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default user groups

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How can I set a default user groups for people who register? Does the "Registered" group do that already? Because I don't see any setting to indicate this.
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Board description wrote: Don't post bug reports, feature requests, support questions or suggestions here.
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-CC- wrote:
Board description wrote: Don't post bug reports, feature requests, support questions or suggestions here.
So you don't know either. That post was most helpful!
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agent00shoe wrote: So you don't know either. That post was most helpful!
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The joys of having a message board is that you can ask questions that other memebrs may be able to answer. ;)
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agent00shoe wrote: The joys of having a message board is that you can ask questions that other memebrs may be able to answer. ;)
Right, but as mentioned a million times before, this is pre-alpha software and therefore unsupported.
If the phpBB Group would support it, there were thousands of threads saying "Why isn't xyz working?" - the aswer is simple: it's in development.

If you are searching for support to 2.x branch, go to main forums on phpbb.com.
Else, you'll have to wait until Olympus has reached beta stage.
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You cannot set a default group for users - they go into one of 4 (if my memory is correct) standard groups depending on the board settings and what they choose when they register.
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-CC- wrote:
agent00shoe wrote: The joys of having a message board is that you can ask questions that other memebrs may be able to answer. ;)
Right, but as mentioned a million times before, this is pre-alpha software and therefore unsupported.
If the phpBB Group would support it, there were thousands of threads saying "Why isn't xyz working?" - the aswer is simple: it's in development.

If you are searching for support to 2.x branch, go to main forums on phpbb.com.
Else, you'll have to wait until Olympus has reached beta stage.
A language question: If this is pre-alpha code and the devs are working out the filnal (75 as of 30min ago) bugs in preparation for beta 1, where did the alpha stage go?

And before anyone boints it out: I know my spellling and grammar is bad, this post is not meant as language orrection I'm just a bit confuced about where we ar as far as progress

IIRC the developement of softwar usualy gose like this: Alpha (often internal) Beta (for publick testing and bug hunting) Release candidates (for final ajustments and even wider scale big hunt) finaly Release of ve x.xx.... An I misstaken here, is the dev team using a different workflow. I.m not a developer (never hasd the dicipline to learn programming) so plz correct me if I'm wrong.

Final note: Great news about he aproaching beta , thanks to a fantastic dev team. As the aying goes "He ho waits for something good ...."
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The alpha stage has fallen away from many projects, as extensive testing happens during production, so the first releases in many cases are now marked betas. The CVS has always been open, and that has largely sufficed as an alpha.
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Ok that clears things up, tnx
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