Depends on the User model. Must be re-written for any custom user model."I swore I RTM'ed :). Thanks!
I think it really doesn't depend on the User model - my class inherits from AbstractUser. I think with the one modification I made, it works fine. I think just a check in the form to see if AUTH_USER_MODEL is defined, and if so use that class instead of direct references to the User class would make it work 100% for any class that inherits from AbstractUser.
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