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[Plugin: User Access Manager] Posts and Pages have all categories

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  • I think I have the same problem. I just had a new install of this plugin. I created one group in UAM which is associated with editors.

    I have a number of post categories. I select only one and assign the editor group to it.

    But for some reason now all posts and even all pages have this group associated and they are not public anymore! 🙁 It’s not possible to edit page access control, because it says the user group assotiation is derived from the mentioned post category!

    In file UamUserGroup.class.php change from
    if ($this->_isPostInCategory($post->ID, $category->id)) {
    to
    if (!$this->_isPostInCategory($post->ID, $category->id)) {

    This work for me.

    Plugin Author GM_Alex

    @gm_alex

    Should be fixed with the new version.

    Hi there,

    Same problem here, but the code mentioned was already there:

    if (!$this->_isPostInCategory($post->ID, $category->id)) {

    I will wait until the new version.

    Thanks,
    SJ

    Plugin Author GM_Alex

    @gm_alex

    Hi,

    have you version 1.2.2 installed? There it should be solved.

    Bye,
    Alex

    Hi Alex,

    I have updated to 1.2.2 yesterday.

    In the version 1.2.1, the user could only select the category assigned to his group.

    Now he can see all categories.

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