When I login and try to change another users permissions, I select Users-> the user I am interested in-> the 'change permissions' link. But the screen that I come to lists only my own account, and not the the user I want to change.
Am I doing something wrong here?
BTW, the link for Change Permissions is like this with no argument. I would expect the username of the person I want to change to be in there somewhere:
The /admin/permissions page is the "Global Permissions" admin page. This is where you can set which people/groups have access to Stash. When it loads, you see the current situation. If you want this user to have access, add them to the user list on the top or one of their groups on the bottom.
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