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    Question b_client_permissionoverview_own necessary?

    Title permission was introduced in one the recent client updates, and probably will be of use in one of the next server updates.
    Guess, it was created to give certain groups/users (like guests) the ability to look at their own permissions if not granted to look at any users.
    But why you need an extra permission for that?
    Could you not make it so, that groups/users that have "b_client_permissionoverview_view" set, can view any users permissions and if not set you can only view your own?
    Thanks.
    Last edited by Alcazar; January 18th, 2011 at 09:11 AM.

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    What if I don't want the user to see where his permissions come from (i.e. special client permissions)? This is working as intended.

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    Good point, if the "new" permission displays only a general overview, like if you click on "All" in permission overview, it will be ok.

    For your example you can add permissions like "b_client_permissionoverview_viewservergroup" or "b_client_permissionoverview_viewclient" to set if a client may see from where his permissions are coming (or extend the _permission_list permission to scope this)

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    I think that would be a little toooooooooo complex.


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