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    Topic:   Privacy restrictions  

    This topic contains 4 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by kiwi kiwi 2 years, 9 months ago.

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    • #5323
      macalter
      macalter
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      I set Research Task to show to managers however it’s exposed to visitors. What happened?

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      #5324
      macalter
      macalter
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      462 posts

      Okay, found that the setting for Privacy options had been set to disable. Not sure why.

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      PHP 7.1 Fast CGI
      mySQL server: 5.1.56

      Kiwitrees:
      "The Royals 3.3.3 (03)" <royals.rbcsolutions.ca>

      "Rebbes of Ger 3.3.3 (03)" <private>

      "Uncle Ummie's Journal 3.3.3 (03)" <private>

      #5326
      kiwi
      kiwi
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      1636 posts

      Glad you found the problem.

      But it raises an interesting thought. Should we hide all privacy setting options once privacy itself is disabled? I’ve given no thought as to whether it’s even possible / practical, just wondering out loud…….

      Nigel
      My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
      #5327
      macalter
      macalter
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      462 posts

      What I realize that I should have checked at the same time is whether images I marked as managers only appeared.

      Not sure why I had privacy options disabled. Your help says

      ‘This option will enable all privacy settings and hide the details of living people, as defined or modified on the Privacy tab of each GEDCOM’s configuration page.’ but if how does it?

      ENABLED – I have living people set to show to visitors already, but RESN tags respected. DISABLED – it overruled my RESN tags but what else would happen?

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      MacOS: 10.11.6  (El Capitan)
      Safari  11.1;  Firefox 59.0.2

      PHP 7.1 Fast CGI
      mySQL server: 5.1.56

      Kiwitrees:
      "The Royals 3.3.3 (03)" <royals.rbcsolutions.ca>

      "Rebbes of Ger 3.3.3 (03)" <private>

      "Uncle Ummie's Journal 3.3.3 (03)" <private>

      #5328
      kiwi
      kiwi
      Keymaster

      1636 posts

      If you ‘enable’ privacy, then it does as the help says – it hides the details of living people – in accordance with your subsequent settings.

      If you ‘disable’ privacy, then the details of living people are NOT hidden, regardless of any subsequent / other privacy setting you might try to use. In other words, there is no privacy.

      I have living people set to show to visitors already

      Really? I’d be surprised if you have. I can’t think of any such setting. Are you confusing it with “Show dead people”, the setting below “Privacy options”.

      Nigel
      My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
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