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Hello,

I create a category with forums, I have a wrong permissions to this forum because it's possible to post it but it's invisible. It's possible to change this permissions and not delete the forum to recreate it ?

thanks for the reply
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Chrisnaps wrote:Hello,

I create a category with forums, I have a wrong permissions to this forum because it's possible to post it but it's invisible. It's possible to change this permissions and not delete the forum to recreate it ?

thanks for the reply


Are the posts visible to the person doing the posting, and just invisible to other groups/people? If so, just go into the admin console and add the forums to that group.

Is it a moderated forum and the posts are just queuing up in the approval area?
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I have a post-it in the category, It appears allow users, but the "traditionnal" post, it's invisible. I don't use the the approval area.
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Chrisnaps wrote:I have a post-it in the category, It appears allow users, but the "traditionnal" post, it's invisible. I don't use the the approval area.


What version of JForum and database are you using, and which app server?
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I use the last version to forum and mysql 5 to FC5.
I think, I have a bad configuration
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If I create a new post-it, and delete it, my "normal" post appears. If I restart my tomcat, the invisible post appears. It's a problem with a cache. Have you got any solution for my problem please ?
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By "last", you mean 2.1.6.

This bug should be fixed in the development version!

Rafael
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Ok, thanks, It's great
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