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    Michael
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    I've created a project in the backend which works fine. I purchased, downloaded and installed the Frontend plugin. When I put the [cpm] or project specific shortcode into a subpage within a group, the project box or actual project displays just fine. However, when I try to click on the project, or a tab within the project, it goes back to the root of the groups folder and not into the project or tab itself. The url displayed on hover looks good from what I can tell, as it displays the correct project ID. Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Michael

    #8323

    Michael
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    Another issue/question. I gather thatt all projects must initially be created by an administrator on either the backend or frontend via [cpm]. Is there anyway to have this code embeded so that an administrator of a group can click the “+” sign to create a project? Of if not, can the site administrator who created it be removed or hidden so that they don't show up as belonging to the project? I need for users of my site to be able to have full ownership of their own projects, without it seeming that I'm looking over their shoulders.

    #8327

    Tareq Hasan
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    Can you give me access to your site? Let me see how the shortcode is creating problem for you, so that I get a clear idea.

    Only Editors or Admins can create projects and see all other projects. So you can look over their shoulders. But if you created this, you'll be assigned to that project too and they can see you. I am going to integrate a feature soon to select user roles, which role can create projects and which role can monitor all projects. So your users will be able to create their own projects. But till then, you've to wait.

    #8331

    Michael
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    #8367

    Tareq Hasan
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    Seems like you are inserting the shortcode in a BuddyPress page, that wouldn't work. It only works if you insert it on a normal page.

    About the permission, you are thinking right.

    #8399

    Michael
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    Thanks for your help.

    #8400

    Michael
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    #9653

    Michael
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    Hi Tareq,

    Just seeing if you might have an ETA on when you'll have a version that will allow what you described below. I really need it for my site.

    Thanks,
    Michael

    Only Editors or Admins can create projects and see all other projects. So you can look over their shoulders. But if you created this, you’ll be assigned to that project too and they can see you. I am going to integrate a feature soon to select user roles, which role can create projects and which role can monitor all projects. So your users will be able to create their own projects.

    #14372

    Michael
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    Can I please get a reply to my question?

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