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Can I give individual members the ability to edit (if the usergroup is locked down)?

Discussion in 'XenForo Questions and Support' started by CyclingTribe, Oct 10, 2011.

  1. CyclingTribe

    CyclingTribe Well-Known Member

    If I remove the post editing capability for the Registered members usergroup - am I still able to give selected members post editing ability by editing their user permissions?

    Do user permissions override group settings?

    If so, I'll be able to get rid of a couple of usergroups when I import because I won't need them for giving separate permissions. (y)

    Shaun :D
  2. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    Permissions are cumulative, so as long as you don't use Never, it will work.

    There is no distinction between user and user group permissions.

    Permission Value Priority

    Each permission may be set to a different value. If a user is in multiple groups or has specific permissions set, this may cause multiple conflicting values for a permission. For example, a user may have both not set (no) and allow for the view node permission, so what takes priority?
    Permission value priority is set in this order: (highest priority first)
    1. Never – this will not grant the permission. This can never be overridden, so should be used sparingly.
    2. Allow – this will grant the permission.
    3. Not Set (No) – this will not grant the permission. This is the lowest priority value; any explicit allow will override this.
    Thus, if a user has not set (no) and allow for a permission, the final value will be allow. The Test Permissions system can help confirm that permissions are set correctly.

  3. CyclingTribe

    CyclingTribe Well-Known Member

    So allowing a user to edit their posts will override the group settings of Not Set?

    Good stuff ... (y)

    Shaun :D

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