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  • [Forum] VBCMS Comments

    When a certain member usergroup tries to read the latest replies in the vbcms comments they get an error stating they don't have permission but in the CMS permissions they have permission to post reply there?

  • #2
    Same here. If they click the article header all is well - if they click the lame redirect "latest post" link - no permission.

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    • #3
      Thanks Harv. I have even went in and reset the permissions too but no avail.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Charlie_Brown View Post
        Thanks Harv. I have even went in and reset the permissions too but no avail.
        It's broke.

        Exclude your VBCMS articles from your CMS widget and hope a fix comes soon I guess.

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        • #5
          Will users be able to reply off the vbcms comments if I do that?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Charlie_Brown View Post
            Will users be able to reply off the vbcms comments if I do that?
            As far as I can tell, yes. A way to test is open your site in a different browser - you won't be cookied or logged in. Test as a test user or guest, and see if the results are what you want.

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            • #7
              Nope didn't help for me thanks though.

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              • #8
                I have the exact same problem, I home someone comes up with a fix soon. This is a huge bug for me and has created huge problems on my forum.

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                • #9
                  Can you guys all double check your forum permissions and re-save them to make sure your users and yourself can/cannot see them.

                  Also please let us know that you can/cannot see them as administrators.

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                  • #10
                    Same as this thread: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...d-before-4.0.4

                    What! You mean it's NOT a feature?
                    Last edited by nakedanvil; Fri 18th Jun '10, 7:53pm.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Zachery View Post
                      Can you guys all double check your forum permissions and re-save them to make sure your users and yourself can/cannot see them.

                      Also please let us know that you can/cannot see them as administrators.
                      I explained a bit better in my post here: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...-after-upgrade

                      It works fine as an administrator, however, as an unregistered user I cannot access them. When trying to view the category, it says "Invalid Forum specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator". When trying to view an article from within the category, it says "Sorry, you do not have permission to access this page.".

                      Take a look at my thread, I posted links.

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                      • #12
                        If you can start a ticket and include ftp, phpmyadmin, and an admincp login I can try to take a look tonight.

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                        • #13
                          I think this was done intentionally to "force" using the CMS for comments.

                          showthread.php:
                          Code:
                          // CMS comment threads
                          if ($thread['forumid'] == $vbulletin->options['vbcmsforumid'] AND !can_moderate($thread['forumid']))
                          {
                          	eval(standard_error(fetch_error('invalid_comment_forum', $vbphrase['forum'], $vbulletin->options['contactuslink'])));
                          }
                          forumdisplay.php:
                          Code:
                          // Don't allow access to anything below if an invalid $forumid was specified
                          // Also, don't allow access to the CMS comment forum unless user is a moderator
                          cache_moderators();
                          if (!$foruminfo['forumid'] OR ($foruminfo['forumid'] == $vbulletin->options['vbcmsforumid'] AND !can_moderate($foruminfo['forumid'])))
                          {
                          	eval(standard_error(fetch_error('invalidid', $vbphrase['forum'], $vbulletin->options['contactuslink'])));
                          }

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                          • #14
                            I finly got this mod to work and it could solve your problem?

                            http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=230417

                            Your money may vary, YMMV

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Mystics View Post
                              I think this was done intentionally to "force" using the CMS for comments.

                              showthread.php:
                              Code:
                              // CMS comment threads
                              if ($thread['forumid'] == $vbulletin->options['vbcmsforumid'] AND !can_moderate($thread['forumid']))
                              {
                              	eval(standard_error(fetch_error('invalid_comment_forum', $vbphrase['forum'], $vbulletin->options['contactuslink'])));
                              }
                              forumdisplay.php:
                              Code:
                              // Don't allow access to anything below if an invalid $forumid was specified
                              // Also, don't allow access to the CMS comment forum unless user is a moderator
                              cache_moderators();
                              if (!$foruminfo['forumid'] OR ($foruminfo['forumid'] == $vbulletin->options['vbcmsforumid'] AND !can_moderate($foruminfo['forumid'])))
                              {
                              	eval(standard_error(fetch_error('invalidid', $vbphrase['forum'], $vbulletin->options['contactuslink'])));
                              }
                              What is this? I don't even...

                              [hint: this idea is so pro i'm speechless]

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