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XF 1.4 About Moderator Tools

Yenile

New member
#4
@Maru & @Andrej

I made moderator/administrator and I selected all permission allow but still they cant see Thread Tools.

I m owner and Super administrator, I cant see thread tools too
 

Chris D

XenForo developer
Staff member
#6
Being a Super Administrator is irrelevant.

You need to make sure you are listed at Admin CP > Users > Moderators. You need to be set up as a Moderator.

If you already are, to work out why the permissions aren't working, use the Analyze Permissions feature in Admin CP > Users > Analyze Permissions.
 

Yenile

New member
#7
Being a Super Administrator is irrelevant.

You need to make sure you are listed at Admin CP > Users > Moderators. You need to be set up as a Moderator.

If you already are, to work out why the permissions aren't working, use the Analyze Permissions feature in Admin CP > Users > Analyze Permissions.



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Analyze Permission :



I dont know, what s wrong ?
 

Chris D

XenForo developer
Staff member
#8
If they are all "No/Never" then you will need to click the link to see more details.

A screenshot of that will explain what exactly is wrong.
 

Tracy Perry

Well-known member
#10
@Chris D Thanks :)

Administrator and moderator : second user group is Registered user

And I selected permission never for registered user

All okey :)
I hope you aren't saying that their PRIMARY is administrator and moderator and they have a secondary of registered.
If so, then that is NOT the suggested way of permissions and you will have problems that will be difficult to trouble shoot.
ALL users (including you as super admin) should have REGISTERED as your primary and any additional groups as secondary.

And if you follow that all users have registered as Primary, your setting a permission of NEVER for that group over-rides any other settings for any group.