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  • Resolved Presskopp

    (@presskopp)


    “There is no roles for deletion” is a mixture of singular and plural, should rather be:
    “There is no role for deletion” or
    “There are no roles for deletion” or…
    Where can I do pull requests for things like that?

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  • Plugin Author Vladimir Garagulia

    (@shinephp)

    Thank you. I will fix this grammar mistake. There is no public repository. You may send similar things here or directly to support [at-sign] role-editor.com

    Presskopp

    (@presskopp)

    Ok, I’m no native english speaker, but I propose the following changes:

    This method is only for the single site of WordPress multisite installation.
    This method is only for a single site of a WordPress multisite installation.

    You can not delete role
    You can not delete a role

    If turned off – capabilities section of selected user is shown in readonly mode. Administrator can not assign capabilities to the user directly. He should make it using roles only.
    If turned off – capabilities section of selected user is shown in readonly mode. Administrator can not assign capabilities to the user directly. He should do it using roles only.

    Capabilities like “level_0”, “level_1” are deprecated and are not used by WordPress. They are left at the user roles for the compatibility purpose with the old themes and plugins code. Turning on this option will show those deprecated capabilities.
    Capabilities like “level_0”, “level_1” are deprecated and are not used by WordPress. They are left at the user roles for compatibility purposes with old themes and plugins code. Turning on this option will show those deprecated capabilities.

    automatically converts capability names from the technical form for internal use like “edit_others_posts” to more user friendly form, e.g. “Edit others posts”.
    automatically converts capability names from the technical form for internal use like “edit_others_posts” to a more user friendly form, e.g. “Edit others posts”.

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    Plugin Author Vladimir Garagulia

    (@shinephp)

    Thank you. I applied your suggestions to the upcoming update.

    my pleasure

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