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justintime
3 months ago
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I have created a list of items.  The last column in my list is an "edit" this entry field (1)(2)(3).  All permissions are set to public (1) and the menu item which runs the list has a permission of "Registered".  On the front end a user with Super user permissions can see the list (4) and click on the Edit icon to edit the entry.  A user with Registered rights, can see the menu item, can click on it and return the list (3).  The edit column icon is not visible so such users are not able to edit the entries.  Tried to attach four images to show (1), (2), (3) and (4) but "Medias" said illegal entry for *.jpg.

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Kadministrator
3 months ago
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Level 1

For edit button to render you probably also need to give them edit permission (what you are talking about is viewlevels that define only view permission)

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justintime
1 month ago
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Level 2

Is there any way to tie an individual's ability to view or edit a field to their membership in the ACL.  In my example, I want them to be able to edit forms with a type "open", but not to be able to edit those of type "closed".  Setting the blanket Editor in the ACL a bit like taking a blunderbus to a glass jar - not very subtle and not the kind of granularity I had anticipated with Seblod.  Any thoughts welcome

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Kadministrator
1 month ago
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Level 3

Not sure what you mean, yu can set different edit permissisons for different groups on different content types, e.g. you can set users that belong to group A to be able to edit content type X and users of group B to be able to edit content type Y, but not vice versa.

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justintime
1 month ago
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Level 1

Sorry for the very long delay; I am developing this in spare time.  I did change the Joomla ACL to editor and the edit icon became visible.   I have two lists Open and Closed.  The same people need to be able to see both; one group only can change Closed; both groups can change Open.   When I tried the action in reverse - removing view rights but leaving editor rights the button remained visible. I think I will need to be play with the ACL in Joomla to work out the right combination.

On a separate matter I asked emailed Seblod asking for a quote to move an application I had been developing about 5 years ago (and which I had had to leave due to other commitments) onto my current test site (J3.9 and current Seblod) rather than having to recreate it.  But received no response.  How do I get a response?

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