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Thanks Syam for the quick response.
It’s only showing up for admin user roles.
Sorry, I didn’t test thouroughly. It’s no problem as far as customers are concerned (they usually don’t have the admin user role).
We didn’t renew the license just yet, it’s expired.
So no big deal, really.October 19, 2015 at 9:00 pm in reply to: Custom Post Type (CTP) Permissions not being respected for user role #17733
ok, next step was to disable all plugins except yours and the CPT UI.
but no luck…
OK, Syam, now i found it.
It was my fault.
I granted my test user with the editor role super admin privileges some time ago and didn’t remember (It’s a multisite setup). Since this extra is not displayed in the edit users screen as long as you visit it with the main super admin user, tis was kind of obscured.
nevermind, i’m glad we found it.
danielOctober 19, 2015 at 8:51 pm in reply to: Custom Post Type (CTP) Permissions not being respected for user role #17732This reply has been marked as private.October 12, 2015 at 1:13 pm in reply to: Custom Post Type (CTP) Permissions not being respected for user role #17280This reply has been marked as private.
the custom login url looks like this:
again: thanks for having a look at this.
I’m glad you could reproduce this behaviour.
i saw it already. Very nice! 🙂
Thank you for implementing it in time!
Thanks for your quick fix.
Restoring the admin role did the trick!
2.5 solves this issue.
sounds great! Thank you. 🙂