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Is there a way to make all posts be validated when submitted?
Like it is here on the forum.
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Hi boomerirc. If you go into your admin zone/security/global specific permissions/ submissions you will find a few options dealing with bypass validator.
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To add to psydoc's suggestion, play around with Add/Post/Submit permission in the Permissions Tree Editor if you'd like a little more granular control.

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I just found out that I don't even need to validate the posts (only the iotds)
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*grin*, that will make things easier then! ;)

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anybody knows how to disable validation when posting comments?  :)

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The permission tree editor provides more fine grained control (per forum).


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Some necromancy here, reviving an old post :$

I'm trying to figure WHICH of the settings I need to flip on so that the admin/mod doesn't have to validate each and every topic a member wants to add on the forums… Is it the LOW, MID or HIGH content impact?
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Please see forums tutorial, "Setting bypass-validation access" section.

Let us know if it's not clear though :).


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Ahh well there you go, tutorials!

answer: low and mid.

Thanks a bunch!


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