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I have seen some more group mods... Was it intentional?

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If you had created the group, you are still a group mod by default.
I thought there were no more group mods except the ones in music group.

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Er. That's a bug, I suspect. I don't think he actually has any mod powers, but we probably still give him a purple username because he created the group.
Yup. We're auto purpling those users even though they don't have mod powers. I'll file the bug. Thanks for the heads up.
I thought that back when users could create groups they were automatically made a mod of their group. Jasonsmart has a second account that he used to create music with and he can still log on and use it and be a mod.
That is true, but since we removed automatic group mods we also removed that.
Oh, okay. :)

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