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Configuring Settings in Setup Wizard

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#38477 (In Topic #8657)

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without running the wizard

I'm trying to allow users to add categories and images to the Gallery. 'Submission' permissions allow them to, but they're still unable to add content to the Gallery system.

If I'm not mistaken, there's a setting in the Setup Wizard that asks, "Allow members to have personal galleries?" (or somewhere around those lines). Instead of re-running the setup wizard and overwriting my current settings, is there a way I can edit that setting to allow users to add content?

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The option in the Setup Wizard is for personal galleries, which are special types of auto-created galleries.
This configuration is described in detail in a tutorial.

If you'd like members to be able to add standard new galleries (categories), it should be a regular case of permission setting. If you have set mid level category submission permissions globally, perhaps they are overridden different for galleries. The best tool to work it out the situation is the Permission Tree Editor. Go to Site\galleries in the Permission Tree Editor, and for each group you want to give access to choose 'Unvetted add/self-edit' and also enable 'add mediumrange (medium visibility) categories'.

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