My guess is that #1 is a built in admin account, so the first regular user account will be #2. There's several other packages that work that way.There is no #1 that I can find. Several months ago Jeff, I think, posted that if you hold your cursor over the name of any member it would show the number assigned to that person in the lower left corner of your screen. I've been looking for #1 since without success. Scott shows a later sign up date than Jeff but Scott is #2 and Jeff is #4. Imported Admin is #3 then there's a pretty regular beat to the numbers except there are still skipped numbers. So again, does anyone know who the first member was? I'm assuming Scott or Jeff.
Based on this info then, Scott is actually #1. Thanks for the info and now I can stop searching.There be deamons here. These are processes that won't allow a zero nor a one in this case. These are UNIX definitions, it's complex, but there is a good reason for it. In other words, there can be no user that is a 1 or a Zero(0).