Support » Plugin: Random Text » [Plugin: Random Text] Just for admins?

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  • Probably a caching issue in your case.

    I am having the same issue (Not cache-related). Is there any way to allow the Editor role to access the Random Text menu? I know with some plugins, like Gravity Forms, you add code like this to functions.php to grant roles access to a plugin’s back-end.

    //Grant Editor Role Access to Gravity Forms
    
    function add_grav_forms(){
    	$role = get_role('editor');
    	$role->add_cap('gform_full_access');
    }
    add_action('admin_init','add_grav_forms');

    Thanks

    I moved this from under Settings to Posts.

    If you edit randomtext_admin.php on line 8 change add_options_page to add_posts_page then it moves it from under settings to under posts.

    This would cause upgrade problems if you tried to upgrade the plugin but its a more logical spot for this, imo.

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