OK, I did that, new member post limit set to 0 and removed all members from the Newly registered users...KevC wrote:To switch off the Newly Registered Users group
Administration Control Panel (ACP) > GENERAL tab > Board Configuration > User registration settings > New member post limit = 0
Then remove everyone form that group:
ACP > USERS AND GROUPS > Groups > Manage Groups > Newly registered users > Members > Group Members > Mark all > Remove member from group (from drop-down)
I think this is exactly my problem, but I can't find how to set the group "Can post without approval" to yesRMcGirr83 wrote:Also make sure that the registered group isn't on moderation queue found under group forum permissions->post-> "Can post without approval" needs to be set to yes.
OK, I found this Permissions Mask took and is great, I was able to trace my own permissions and I see that in all the forums, like any other user, I can "Never" post without approval, except the Admin default forum - and I am admin. I like this tool I can see is very helpful to trace any users permissions.Oyabun1 wrote:The individual permissions only show after clicking on the It's in the Advanced Permissions link.
You can use the Permission Masks facility to View forum-based permissions for those forums and your username. It will be at least one group you are a member of which has the permission set to Never. Click the trace icon next to the permission to see the sources. If you don't understand what is being shown post an image of the trace page and somebody may be able to help.
Oyabun1 wrote:Click the trace icon next to the permission to see the sources. If you don't understand what is being shown post an image of the trace page and somebody may be able to help.
other than for the admin group, that is all set yes, all the other forums are either "no" or "never"Oyabun1 wrote:Depends where the Never is arising from.Oyabun1 wrote:Click the trace icon next to the permission to see the sources. If you don't understand what is being shown post an image of the trace page and somebody may be able to help.
OK, I completely agree..Oyabun1 wrote:We usually recommend using groups for assigning permissions because it quicker and easier.
The Never permission from any source overrides the Yes permission from any other source, see Permissions. So, depending on how you have the groups set up, that should probably be changed to No.
yes, I found that but the problem is that I cannot change it, now is "On moderation queue" but even if try to change it , say Full access, or Standards Access, and then "Apply all permissions" it won't save my changes - just for this Global modes groupKevC wrote:Don't take yourself out of that group. Just correct the permission.
It'll be in group forum permissions for the global mods and then look in the advanced permissions.