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Role-scoper and CMS Tree Page View problem

  • MrCarlLister
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    @mrcarllister

    Hello!

    I see there has been some conflicts in the past with Role scoper and CMS Tree Page View (as per the CMS TPV page)

    With that said I’m not sure if it’s best here or on the CMS TPV (I will probably post on both). Anyway, onto the issue..

    I created a group/role (called group 1) then assign a user(s) to the group. All pages are inaccessible unless otherwise stated, I then give group 1 access to read only the following:

    Parent A->
    – Child 1
    – Child 2
    – Child 3
    – Child 4
    – Child 5

    In the Roles -> Pages options menu I select the group and from the drop down choose assign for selected and sub-pages and click Parent A. Update. Everything works fine.

    While adding a page to Parent A (Child 6) will keep permissions intact – good so far, however when navigating to the Tree View page (CMS TPV plugin now) and use the click and drag feature to arrange the children into the correct order (the order is important for another aspect of my site) it wipes the permissions assigned to the page I move (making it inaccessible to all users, removes group 1’s rights). It works OK if I edit the page (page edit screen) itself and change the order number manually…

    Any help would be appreciated. I hope that made sense…

    Cheers,

    Carl

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/role-scoper/

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