The issue I'm having is regarding usergroup promotions. We have one for our forum marketplace where the user has to have 50 posts in order to post their own threads.
The promotions work when I direct it manually but fail to auto-assign the promotion when the user has received 50 posts. I know this because I tested it on another profile I use that has several hundred posts.
The usergroup is supposed to transfer from "registered users" to a usergroup I named "registered verified" to hold the real posters and hold back the inactive users who don't post, also to allow them to post in our marketplace.
With that said, 2 of my users did not receive the promotion upon assigning them to the registered users usergroup.
This was discovered when I had assigned a user to "registered verified" instead of promoting them which I believed would work as well. What happened is the user could not edit his/her posts and ended up coming to me for help. Upon this discovery I noticed it was only in the usergroup that had be on the transferring end of the promotion, when putting a user directly in this usergroup, they cannot edit their own post. I double-checked permissions and used test permissions and the option had been enabled.
So the first question is why the promotions aren't auto-assigning which may have a logical explanation.
Though the second issue could be a bug because not being able to edit a post is a bit off the deep end for a usergroup that had been on the transferring end of usergroup promotions.
Thanks for your help.