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« on: 21-09-2015 11:19:59 »

Hello, right now my church website allows super users to upload photos me nor my pastor want to make people who are able to upload photos super users, but we want to give registered users the ability to upload photos. We already have the photos set up to be admin approved before posted. So how do I decrease the access level to registered users as opposed to super users having access to upload photos? This is a critical thing I need answered ASAP! I want to give all registered users the ability to upload photos.

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« Reply #1 on: 22-09-2015 12:53:54 »

Hi,

you need to assign the necessary upload permissions for the user group "Registered". This can do global for all JoomGallery categories by click on 'Options' in JomGallery Control Panel and set the settings in the tab "permissions".
In addition, in the tab "User Access Rights" of the JoomGallery Configuration Manager you must enable the upload.
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« Reply #2 on: 21-10-2015 08:45:52 »

There is no such options by those exact names within Joom Gallery.

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« Reply #3 on: 22-10-2015 13:35:58 »

Here the two screenshots shows everything:
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« Reply #4 on: 22-02-2016 17:35:40 »

Did this work for anybody? I'm seeing this problem and have checked the settings, upload button not appearing when user had permission to "upload in own", users gallery already exists.

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« Reply #5 on: 23-02-2016 13:12:15 »

Hi,

... upload button not appearing when user had permission to "upload in own", users gallery already exists...
do you mean in 'User Panel' is no Upload-Button? or in category view?
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« Reply #6 on: 26-02-2016 10:06:58 »

Thanks for the reply MrMusic, I was refering to the upload button in the user panel.

After some considerable investigation the cause of the problem in my case was corruption in the assets table of Joomla (my own fault). This is a system table that holds details of every object in Joomla (article, category, component, menu etc) including JoomGalley categories and images. My assets table got screwed up when I migrated my site (and JoomGallery) from joomla 1.5 to Joomla 3 - In the original site I was using the joomcat plugin to create a category for every user, but this very quickly gave me several thousand empty categories. In attempting to delete these by manually deleting folders and entries in the Joomgallery tables I neglected the assets table and this is how things got in a mess.

In particular the 'name' field in the assets table contains a reference to the joomgallery category which should be the same category that the asset_id refers to.

Also in some cases the properties of the gallery were correct but images couldn't be edited by the gallery owner. I got round this by using the batch command in the Joomgallery admin interface to copy the images out to an unpublished temporary category and back again.

WARNING: the assets table contains references to every object in Joomla, you can't access it through the Joomla admin interface. If you don't know SQL leave well alone! If you do tamper with it make sure you have a backup. I post this note as a pointer to others who otherwise have the skills to rectify the situation and take no responsibility for any problems you might get yourself into!

Good luck,

Ian
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« Reply #7 on: 01-03-2016 15:56:11 »

Thank you for your detailed feedback.  Smile
Yes, the problem with the asset-table can occurs when attempting a 'manual migration' from an installation to another. This in turn leads to authorization problems because the entries do not match in the asset table.
It does also not matter if there are different versions or not!
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