Prisma migrate database access denied

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Kevin Bryan Asks: Prisma migrate database access denied
When I try to run the command npx prisma migrate dev --name init I get this error message:

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Error: P1010: User `johndoe` was denied access on the database `mydb.public`

I don't remember setting up a user "jhondoe", I just installed postgres desktop on my mac and that's it. I'm new to databases and backend dev so I'm not sure if I did setup a user.

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