edit: I just checked and unfortunately this doesn't work on project.project, though it does work on project.phase, which is what made me think it might work on project.project. It causes an invalid field error on 'project_id.members'. I still think that something along these lines is what's required though.
go to Settings/Technical/Security/Record Rules
name the record rule something like 'see only projects a user is associated with'
in the Object field, enter 'project.project'
in the rule definition box enter:
in the Groups section, click add and select Project Manager
save the record rule
go to the 'Groups' menu item on the Settings page
click on Project Manager
check that the rule you just created is there in the record rules tab
Also, if there is a rule that looks like this one '[(1, '=', 1)]' relating to projects, delete it.
Does that work?
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