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  1. #1
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    How to Make Users Modify/Delete Their Own Channels and Not Other Channels

    Hi!

    I've been experimenting with permissions and I can not find a way for Users to Modify/Delete their own channels and not other channels.

    As far as I've gotten is either they modify/delete every channel or none.

    Please help as this would be a useful feature for my server.

  2. #2
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    Use channel groups or channel client permisisons and not server group or client permissions.
    As the name says already these are bound permissions to one channel only.
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  3. #3
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    Channel Creation

    Is it possible for them to create their own channel and be able to modify it or delete it and not other channels. I know I can do channel specific permissions. I just want it so people can modify their own channels and not others even after they have just created it.

  4. #4
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    Channels that have been created from user + user has permission in them = channel belongs to the user and he can do what permission allows him to do.
    Remove their groups if you do not want them to change channels settings.
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