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Re: Benevolent Record Dictatorby
David Arnold BA HSG / Analista
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No JS needed. Just group security.
The edit button needs to be restricted to a certain security group, ideally a group congruent with the users who have write access on the.Chico VenancioCEO e Diretor de Criação
VM TECH - (98) 9 8800 27432015-11-03 21:22 GMT-03:00 David Arnold <email@example.com>:HiI doublechecked, and yes, the edit button is "available" on the tax record which was protected by:[('create_uid','!=',1)] permissions: write, unlinkIs there any elegant way to disable the create button? I reference the html for what I mean...<button accesskey="E" class="oe_form_button_edit btn btn-default btn-sm" type="button">Edit</button>I have a hard time to imagine that I'm the first person stumbling over this behavior...Christian, where you referring to the same? This would imply that there has been a js script that made this magic in v8, which has gone in v9... Frankly, I doubt that.