[SOLVED] problems with extra fields in connection

9 years 8 months ago #195872 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic Re: problems with extra fields in connection
FBC/TC have absolutely nothing to do with field permissions. It simply registers them into CB with their FB/T credentials. If the field isn't available on profile edit for the user then you've configured a field somehow to do just that (CB Privacy can disable edit mode of a field).


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9 years 8 months ago #195942 by fisionet
Replied by fisionet on topic Re: problems with extra fields in connection
I get the problem. This two fields were created with the option "only read mode by user" in YES instead of NO. That´s the reason the users logged with FB or TW were unable to edit the fields.

I realized with some of your explanations, so Thank You.

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