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How to change user_levels?

by alexdo1986, Last updated on 6 months ago in Upgrading issues - 9
All user_level's remained the same after upgrading.

101 -> 101

Proper levels should include "-" if I'm correct, regardless the logins for member's do not work after upgrading.
It has been fixed in the current Git, but we had no chance to release a new version as of yet.
This will do the trick tho !

UPDATE `fusion_users` SET `user_level` = '-103' WHERE `fusion_users`.`user_level` = '103'
UPDATE `fusion_users` SET `user_level` = '-102' WHERE `fusion_users`.`user_level` = '102'
UPDATE `fusion_users` SET `user_level` = '-101' WHERE `fusion_users`.`user_level` = '101'
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