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problem with moderators 14 years 1 month ago #72

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Hi,
Mistery.
I have selected on config 'Administrator' as a group of moderators. But at the backend only SAdministrator can access at Joomlacomment and manage comments, or change settings. Administrator's are rejected "you don't have permission..."

However, Administrator's can delete or edit comments in frontend!
Also Administrator's work fine in all components... except Joomlacomment 3.25
Any idea?

Thanks,
Joan

problem with moderators 14 years 1 month ago #73

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Yep, that is a know bug (I'm not sure if it is a bug at all)
If I remember right - in joomla 1.0 if you are admin you can not do a lot of stuff in the backend or?

problem with moderators 14 years 1 month ago #75

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OK, in Joomla 1.0.x the Super Administrator is "God" but the difference is minimal, Administrators cannot change "Global Settings", edit /install template sites or modify profile "super"

Administrators can install components p.e. Joomlacomment...
but after installation cannot access or modify this component! Strange...

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Joan

problem with moderators 14 years 1 month ago #76

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hi,

Administrator can manage comments and access all settings uncommenting 'administrator' in this section of includes/gacl.class.php

// backend menus
//$this->_mos_add_acl( 'administration', 'config', 'users', 'administrator', null, null );
$this->_mos_add_acl( 'administration', 'config', 'users', 'super administrator', null, null );

changed to

// backend menus
$this->_mos_add_acl( 'administration', 'config', 'users', 'administrator', null, null );
$this->_mos_add_acl( 'administration', 'config', 'users', 'super administrator', null, null );

but I don't sure about all effects of this change, appears be safe

Thanks for all,
Joan
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