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    That ‘should’ be achieved by having no specific access set. The settings were supposed to be limiting rules, not enabling ones.

    I’m not sure I follow that Nigel. Take, for example Admin-Modules-Sidebar settings. I seem to be obliged for each of the five sections to select one of four access levels ‘show to visitors, … Members ..Managers or Hide from everyone’ So is ‘show to visitors’ does not mean ‘show to everyone’ there would appear to be no way of ‘having no specific access set’ This appears also to be the case for Lists, Charts, Reports, etc.
    Have I misunderstood something?

    Ron in France
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