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    chaoti
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    @chaoti

    Hello @kunalb The only user who can add events is the admin. Am I right or is there something I hadn’t seen? I am using buddypress with MU and would like to give all site admins permission to add events. What’s to do? – Greets

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    kunalb
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    @kunalb

    Not sure about how EventPress works with MU as I’ve never tested—but anyone author and above should be able to create events. There’s also a special role called ‘event_creator’ who just has event creation capabilities and nothing else.

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    chaoti
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    @chaoti

    @kunalb Yes, I found in wp.php, but don’t know what to do with this part. There aren’t any settings for EventPress…^^

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    kunalb
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    @kunalb

    Ah—you’ll have to use wp-admin’s backend here—the user’s section where you can switch between author/subscriber/admin etc. There’ll be another option for Event Creator there.

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    chaoti
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    @chaoti

    @kunalb That’s what I can see on dashboard:

    Events: Create new – Event tags – Event categories
    Registrations: Registrations – Create new

    No more…. nothing about permission… no new field anywhere…

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    kunalb
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    @kunalb

    Just read the complete thread again—are you looking for how to grant all site admins a way to edit events (which should be there—but as I’ve never run EP in MU, I have no idea); if you’re just trying to grant subscribers access to editing events you can change their role to Event Creators in wp-admin/users.php.

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    chaoti
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    @chaoti

    Yes, all site admins should be able to create and edit events… =)

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    chaoti
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    @chaoti

    @kunalb O_o… the fault was located between my ears… all the time it works and I didn’t see it. It’s quite clear: A site admin who isn’t user of the main site can’t create events there. I forgot to make them to users. Sometimes it is so easy… Sorry for that.

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    irishfan42
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    @irishfan42

    @chaoti there is a plugin called Multisite User Management (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/multisite-user-management/ ) that allows you to automatically assign roles so that every subscriber is assigned to the role on a site in your network you choose. I use it so that every user who subscribes, regardless of which site on the network they subscribe to, is a “subscriber” on the main site.

    @kunalb I’m just starting to test my site, and your plugin looks promising. Thank you for all your work.

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    kunalb
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    @kunalb

    @chaoti Whew. Getting capabilities working right the first time was pretty tricky—thankfully this means I don’t have to debug it.

    @irishfan24 Thanks! Currently considering some major refactoring to reduce bugs and improve security/theming issues. Let’s see what I come up with in a few months.

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