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  • leninid
    Participant

    @leninid

    Participants can’t edit their posts. Blog with bbpress+buddypress+rolescooper. Version of my plugin – 2.4.1. The message for Participant – you don’t have permission for editing this post. How I can repair this? (sorry for my English)

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  • leninid
    Participant

    @leninid

    Moreover – participants can’t see button “Edit” in their posts. Also nothing happen, when go to *adress_of_post*/edit/


    Stephen Edgar
    Moderator

    @netweb

    You can try the ‘Remap existing users to default forum roles’ repair tool to see if that fixes the bbPress Roles: http://codex.bbpress.org/repair-forums/

    I had a quick look at http://wordpress.org/plugins/role-scoper/ and they make no specific mention of supporting bbPress’ ‘Dynamic Roles’ and that could be where the core of the issue is.

    Yes, Role Scooper is the issue and it appears there will be no longer further development or support:

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

    With the production release of Press Permit, is Role Scoper still supported?
    Basic Role Scoper support (bug fixes but not necessarily plugin conflict resolution) will be provided while WP 3.6.x is the active WordPress version. Compatibility with WP 3.7 and beyond is not assured, as I do not plan any further unfunded development of the Role Scoper code base. Further development and support will be available on a consulting basis as indicated on agapetry.net, but I will encourage migration to Press Permit – a superior platform with a sustainable funding model.

    The good news is the new plugin ‘Press Permit’ does support bbPress’ Dynamic Roles :)

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/press-permit-core/
    Customize bbPress forum permissions


    leninid
    Participant

    @leninid

    tnx, this plugin can edit bbPress permissions after purchasing. It seems good, if you recommend free plugin)


    Stephen Edgar
    Moderator

    @netweb

    Just a note, I haven’t tried either plugin so I can’t recommend either of them, nor was my post meant as a recommendation. I was only helping to troubleshoot your problem and point out that the first plugin doesn’t support bbPress dynamic roles and the second one says they do in the ‘Free Version’.


    Stephen Edgar
    Moderator

    @netweb

    I just had a closer look and you are correct, ‘Press Permit’ only supports bbPress dynamic roles with a paid upgrade.

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