Support » Plugin: User Access Manager » [Plugin: User Access Manager] Custom Post Types

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  • mosabua

    (@mosabua)

    Thanks for the tip – it works but same question: is there a easier/better way of doing in. one that is safe for the next update ….

    It would be nice to see an add_action() hook that could allow an override of the variable, but I’m not totally sure how easy that would be to implement inside a class like that.

    Any progress here? Recently did an update to the plugin and it removed my update (thus my access levels for the custom post type) and reset everything to Full Access – a bit of a security vulnerability.

    Albert

    (@planetshaker)

    I would need the support for custom post types, too! Any news on that?

    Thank … you saved me 🙂

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