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    Hi,

    We have a problem in our forum. Here is the explanation:

    - When a registered user opens a new topic there is no problem, it works. But when he replies this topic or another topic in the forum and tries to attach a picture he gets a error message which you can see attached.

    Could you please help on this issue?

    Thanks in advance.

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  • #2
    I see you have disabled comments...

    Strangely, try enabling them (it's a usergroup permission in 5.1.0 and a global permission in 5.0.5 and under) and see if it now works.

    I've run into this on a number of sites (though not all).

    If this is the case, let me know, we will need to hide the comment button using CSS instead.
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    • #3
      What is the name of the permission?
      Last edited by aristor; Wed 2 Apr '14, 8:42am.

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      • #4
        I set is correct usergroup permisson and global permission.

        How do I solve using CSS?

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        • #5
          Add this to the template css_additional.css:
          Code:
          .js-post-control__comment {
            display: none !important;
          }
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          • #6
            did not...

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            • #7
              Are users posts required to be moderated before they can be approved?

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              • #8
                in which menu, i can find this option?

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                • #9
                  There are several places where this could be occurring.

                  Base usergroup permissions
                  Channel Permissions
                  Spam Scanning settings being too high.

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