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  • Thumbnail View setting problems

    Hi there,

    I hope you can give me a hint for the right or missing setting.

    The problem is: Every group can see Thumbnails of attachements.... but only the "normal" group of registered Members canīt!
    Even logged out users can see the thumbnails..

    The setting for the group is certainly "yes" for viewing thumbnails.
    Canīt find anything for it in chanel settings.

    Any idea what the problem might be?

    Version 5.2.6


  • #2
    Did you check if you modified settings for that usergroup under Usergroups > Channel Permissions > check the usergroup under the channel ?

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    • #3
      Yes, but like I mentioned before, there is no point for thumbnails... like in "user group" settings.
      The option for thumbnail setting is missing in all channel settings... except the "Show Permissions" in Chanel Opitions. but there you canīt change anything

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      • #4
        Can View Channels
        Yes No
        Can View Topic Content
        Yes No
        Can View Others' Topics
        Yes No
        Can Post Topics
        Yes No
        Can Reply to Topics
        Yes No
        Can Edit Own Posts
        Yes No
        Can Delete Own Posts
        Yes No
        Can Delete Own Topics
        Yes No
        Can Open / Close Own Topics
        Yes No
        Can Copy / Move Own Topics
        Yes No
        Can Download Non-Image Attachments
        Yes No
        Can Upload Attachments
        Yes No
        Can Vote on Polls
        Yes No
        Follow Channel Moderation RulesIf no, posts are always placed into moderation queue
        Yes No
        Can See Deletion Notices
        Yes No
        Can Tag Own Topics
        Yes No
        Can Tag Others' Topics
        Yes No
        Can Delete Tags on Own Topics
        Yes No
        Can Define Arbitrary Styles for Inline Attached Images
        Yes No
        Can Join Channel
        Yes No
        Can Upload Channel Icons
        Yes No
        Can Upload Animated Channel Icons
        Yes No
        Can Always View ChannelIf enabled, the user will be able to view private and invite only channels
        Yes No
        Can Always ReplyIf enabled, the user will be able to reply in channels, regardless of being a member or not
        Yes No
        Can Always Post TopicsIf enabled, the user will be able to create topics in channels, regardless of being a member or not
        Yes No
        Can Configure Channel
        Yes No
        Can Use HTMLSecurity Risk: Enabling HTML for untrusted users can expose your site to security risks and exploitation
        Yes No
        Can Publish
        Yes No
        Can manage own channels
        Yes No
        Exempt posts from Spam checking
        Yes No
        User can delete this channel
        Yes No
        Can Comment
        Yes No
        Can Edit Others' Content
        Yes No
        Can Delete Others' Content
        Yes No
        Can Download Image Attachments
        Yes No


        Just copied the forum Forum Permissions

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        • #5
          Is Can Download Image Attachments set to Yes for the Registered Usergroup (you simply posted a list above and don't say what those settings are set to)?

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          • #6
            Thats it! Now it works

            Thank you!

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