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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|17763||Bug reports||User / Groups / Roles||public||2021-11-25 15:22||2021-11-26 09:30|
|Summary||17763: after renaming theme, permission are lost for your users to this theme and then, impossible to give permission to users to it|
|Description||I renamed a theme eight months ago.|
Yesterday, my colleague tried to give permissions to this theme to users. She checked box corresponding to the theme and saved.
When she reviewed user's permissions, box was unchecked for most of users.
She tries repeatedly but without success.
A constatation is that concerned users are those that were created before renaming there not those created after where the box is well checked.
|Steps To Reproduce||Steps to reproduce|
1/ create a theme named "test" (respecting lowercase !). It could a copy of another theme
2/ give permission to this theme to a user
3/ rename theme "test" as "Test" (take care to the case !).
4/ return to user and look at permission to the theme : the theme is listed (with new name) but box is unchecked.
5/ check the box and save
6/ return to user and look at permission to the theme : the box is unchecked.
7/ retries give same result.
1/ after renaming the theme, I thought that permission was kept for users to this theme (box checked)
2/ eventually, if I had to check box and save that this operation was not be lost.
1/ I can spend hours to check box to give permission to the theme for a user and save when I return to permission box is always unchecked
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|Complete LimeSurvey version number (& build)||3.25.21+210407|
|I will donate to the project if issue is resolved||No|
|Browser||Edge and chrome|
|Database type & version||MariaDB 10.1.44-MariaDB-0.ubuntu0.18.04.1|
|Server OS (if known)||Ubuntu 18.04.1|
|Webserver software & version (if known)||apache2|