I know that roles in WordPress are not hierarchical, but I'm wondering if there is any type of capability to "assign users to roles". All I can see if being able to add users or not.
The real kicker here is, I've used Justin Tadlock's Members plugin to create a new role, called "Clients" which removes all the stuff they should either not need to see, or shouldn't be able to control - which works great.
But, if I give them the ability to create a new user, they can also choose my "super admin" role, which can see everything. So, in a way, they kinda cheat the system a little bit.
Is there anyway to "hide" a certain role from showing up in what a user can set a new user/edit a user to? Or, possibly remove the role identifier from the add/edit user screen based on their role?
I know it sounds a bit off of what WordPress is mean to do for user permissions, but from an administrative stand-point, it sounds useful - at least in my head ;)