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[Resolved] [Plugin: Edit Flow] Some Users Not Available to Add to Usergroups

  • I’ve read through the forums and the Edit Flow website and I haven’t found any reference to this problem, so I’m possibly missing something.

    I have 128 users. 76 of them are only Subscribers, so I wouldn’t expect them to show up, but the other 52 should be available.

    I only have 48 users available to add to Usergroups. I can’t figure out why certain users aren’t available. Any ideas?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/edit-flow/

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  • Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber

    @danielbachhuber

    Still having this problem, and do you have any more symptoms?

    What version of Edit Flow and WordPress are you running, and what other plugins do you have installed?

    Thanks,

    Daniel

    Hi Daniel,

    Yes, I am still seeing this problem. Everything else seems to be working swimmingly, so no other symptoms. Using WP 3.1 with Edit Flow 0.6.2.

    Complete list of plug-ins:
    addthis
    admin-bar-disabler
    advanced-author-exposed
    akismet
    anywhere
    clicky
    contact-form-7
    edit-flow
    feedburner_feedsmith_plugin_2_3
    google-sitemap-generator
    members
    optimize-db
    organize-series
    query-posts
    restrict-categories
    shadowbox-js
    sitemap-generator
    spiurl
    subscribe-to-comments-reloaded
    thesis-openhook
    thumbnail-for-excerpts
    tinymce-advanced
    wordpress-popular-posts
    wp-security-scan

    Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber

    @danielbachhuber

    Thanks for the quick response. Two more questions:

    • Have you modified any user capabilities with Members?
    • Does the problem persist when you deactivate all plugins except for Edit Flow?

    I have modified some user capabilities. Matter of fact, the one person I know is missing is someone with a non-standard set of capabilities. I’ll switch them to a default role and see what happens.

    Unfortunately, I really can’t try deactivating all the plugins. If I do, the site will basically explode. It’s a small site, but we have readers all over the world, so there are people on it pretty much 24/7. I use Get Clicky though, so I can see when the site is in use. I could watch for it to be inactive and deactivate any of the ones that don’t affect the formatting. (For example, I can’t deactivate Query Posts, because my home page would go blank.)

    hmmm… Interesting. I changed the known problem user to Administrator and they showed up as available in Usergroups. I changed them back to their custom role and they STILL showed up. Now I’m only missing three users. I’m not sure which ones they are though. I’ll have to figure out who they are and then see if that same workaround fixes them as well!

    Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber

    @danielbachhuber

    Edit Flow uses the “get_editable_users” method to list users for a usergroup. I suspect your editing of capabilities removed the users’ status as an official editable user. Changing them to administrator and back is resetting their capabilities. I’ll continue digging.

    THAT FIXES IT! I located another missing user, changed them to Administrator, and then changed them back to their custom role (a different custom role than the first user, btw) and now they show up. It definitely works as a workaround for now. 🙂

    If it helps in your research at all… I just found a third user, changed them to Subscriber and then back to their custom role and they are appearing now as well. Apparently, changing them to any default role and back fixes the problem.

    Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber

    @danielbachhuber

    Odd. Which capabilities did you edit originally?

    The affected users are in completely new roles that I created – Section Editor and Asst Administrator. Would it help if I listed their capabilities for you?

    Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber

    @danielbachhuber

    Yes, it would, if just for future reference. Thanks!

    No problem! Thanks for such an incredibly useful plugin. I’m happy to help. 🙂

    The Asst Administrator role has the following capabilities:

    add_users
    create_users
    delete_others_pages
    delete_others_posts
    delete_pages
    delete_posts
    delete_private_pages
    delete_private_posts
    delete_users
    edit_files
    edit_others_pages
    edit_others_posts
    edit_pages
    edit_post_subscriptions
    edit_posts
    edit_private_pages
    edit_private_posts
    edit_published_pages
    edit_published_posts
    edit_usergroups
    edit_users
    ef_view_story_budget
    list_users
    manage_categories
    moderate_comments
    publish_posts
    read
    read_private_pages
    read_private_posts
    remove_users
    unfiltered_html
    unfiltered_upload
    upload_files

    And the Section Editor role has these capabilities:

    delete_posts
    edit_others_posts
    edit_posts
    edit_private_posts
    read
    read_private_posts
    upload_files

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