as you may noticed we had some issues with premium while trying to improve it
so most premium users lost there badge & colour
It was due to the new feature added that allows premium users to change there color.
so i did some tests but it didn't work, but some how it deleted the (showing) usergroup
from premium members, king donators,all staff members employees & maybe even more.
we could put on a older backup but some members might lose some data from their account.
So what did we do?
1) take a backup of ConsoleCrunch recently
2) Chose a older backup ( 2 days older )
3) i put all the users data ( from the older backup ) TO > the latest ( recent ) backup so it would keep the recent data but the users data from 2 days ago.
So less data will be gone
( short: we use data from today, but the users info is 2 days old )
what could (not) have been deleted?
All data from ConsoleCrunch such as threads etc shouldn't be gone.
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