I'm not sure what you are asking (and there is no file to find because you are working with databases, not files). If you have phpmyadmin access to your database, then:inkserious wrote:I would like to go back and change the default settings from 0 to 2 for all old users. I know the instructions said to run a query:
SET user_boardwatchb = 2
WHERE 1 = 1;
I'm unfamiliar with databases, so I don't know how to go about running the query, or where to find the file. I have phpMyAdmin installed on my local machine.
You don't 'find' a database. If you have phpmyadmin access to the database, you database will be in the list that appears on the left when you open phpmyadmin. Do you have access to phpmyadmin whereever you run your forum (on a host or locally or whereever your forum really runs from)?inkserious wrote:Once again, I misstated something. Rather than where do I find the file, I need to know where to find the database. Is it in a particular folder or directory?
Yes. Read the file called changing_default_seettings.html that appears in the contrib folderorudie wrote:Greetings. I run a private company forum for about ~25 users. Decided to give this mod a shot. The users started complaining about excessive email to them about all new posts. Apparently, the way I see it, boardwatch by default sets up automatic email for all posts? Is there a way for me to change that default option for all the users?
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