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I have just installed the latest version of JForrm. Once every thing is up i found one test category and a topic. I logged in as admin and deleted it and tried creating new categories. They did got creted but are not visible in admin control panel and not even in the admin forum list but other users are able to see it. Now i want to delete one of them but how .. i am not able to see them at admin control panel.
[originally posted on jforum.net by mahesh]
 
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Probably you didn't attributed permissions for the admin user. Go go Admin Panel -> Groups -> Administration -> Permissions, set "Allow All" for everything, and then click "Save"

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[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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