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Dragonstar , September 15 2008, 09:25
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Dragonstar 7
September 15 2008, 09:25 #13407
I have chose the option that guests can comment in the configurations settings. But in this case chrono comments wants a logged in user to login. If no user is logged in it works correctly, but if a user is logged in chrono comments says that the one who wants to make the comment should login first.

That's a bug.
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Dragonstar 7
September 15 2008, 09:43 #13409
I have found out that if i chose "only comments by registered user" chrono comments also want a logged in user to login. In this case it isn't possible for any user equal if logged in or not to post comments..
admin 32
September 15 2008, 16:16 #13423
Hi Dragonstar,

so when you set it to guest only it will not work ?
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Dragonstar 7
September 15 2008, 18:40 #13439
I know now what the error was. I have chosen in the posting permission "public frontend". The right decision is "registered". Now registered and logged in users can comment and if the option "can guets comment" is enabled also guests can comment.

Notice:

If you (the admin) want to have the right to make comments you have to chose "Super administrator" in the posting permissions too.
admin 32
September 15 2008, 21:37 #13448
Exactly, maybe this is hard to understand for some users but it gives you more control over the process.
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rostamiani 4
October 01 2008, 01:43 #14374
Can you explain more?

I saw "Please login to post comments or replies" even when I was logged in.
I was enabled guest comments .
joomla version : 1.5.7
CC version : 1.1

I want every body can send comments.
What should I do ?
admin 32
October 01 2008, 02:11 #14377
Hi rostamiani,

try to choose some posting groups beside having guests set to yes, choose registered users too ?
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rostamiani 4
October 03 2008, 02:26 #14576
Thanks
You solved my problem
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kpjuni 2
October 03 2008, 18:25 #14629
Im using community builder 1.2RC2
Joomla 1.5.7
ChronoComment 1.1

I have community builder set to yes
Groups to post: registered
guests can comment: yes

it asks for user to login to submit comments.

I read this thread and could not find a solution.
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kpjuni 2
October 03 2008, 18:55 #14632
well, apparently all i had to do was post my problem in order to figure it out
admin 32
October 03 2008, 19:26 #14633
so what was it ?
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rostamiani 4
October 04 2008, 02:05 #14642
I did not selected any guest sets
admin 32
October 04 2008, 05:16 #14645
Thanks rostamiani, I wanted to know what was it with kpjuni too!
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grafisch 2
December 16 2008, 20:10 #19531
i still have this problem now i am logged in as admin.... and i cant even post!?
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grafisch 2
December 16 2008, 20:22 #19533
"grafisch":
i still have this problem now i am logged in as admin.... and i cant even post!?



Bloody hell i had to put all on superadmin... is that safe???
admin 32
December 16 2008, 20:56 #19534
Hi grafisch, can you show me please a screenshot of the permissions you set at the parameters page ? there must be something wrong!

Regards
Max
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keantebonet 2
December 19 2008, 00:15 #19750
I am so desperately needing someone to solve this issue.....

Chrono Comments wants a logged in user to login....
when I log out, it allows me to go through the process of posting a comment.
When I click submit I get a white rectangular box with a white button... Both are blank
It appears that the comment is submitting. I receive an email that I had a new comment on my site. I can't view the comment and I can't post a comment when logged in.

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP.... I have tried everything listed in this forum.... NOTHING is working for me....

Again, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PRETTY PLEASE WITH SUGAR AND STRAWBERRIES on top.

- Ken.... lol
admin 32
December 19 2008, 03:45 #19755
Hi ken,

whats your joomla version ? do you have comments always published at the parameters ? do you enable the verification ?

Max
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keantebonet 2
December 19 2008, 04:29 #19762
Hey.... I figured it out... I really don't think this is a BUG after all... I just think its a situation where WE don't know how to configure our settings properly... I'm posting the working settings I've used to make it work....
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admin 32
December 20 2008, 23:06 #19861
thanks Kean, the images don't load, can you attach them here please ?