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the passwords are stored in a uni-directional hash.
there is a plugin that allows you to impersonate other users if you are an admin.
alternatively you can go to the account profile in question and just change the password, of course your users will consider this pretty offensive if you do it without their permission...
@vrijvlinder said: maybe this is better
yes, i like that.
I'll include it in the next release, which will likely be relatively soon as i plan on merging someone else's contributions into the plugin.
I'm all for everything as stated above. I'd like to make sure we are clear on what constitutes "Abandoned" for a plugin before we go full force into implementing it. For example I have several plugins released for which there haven't been any updates for quite some time. Is it because I abandoned them... clearly no, I use them on my forum and I expect that they are working fine for many others.
UnderDog, that wiki is great. I can only imagine the amount of time and effort that went into developing the templates and content...
turn the yellow into an off-white and i will include it in whatever the next release is
yes, the latest version of the plugin is compatible with 2.1