BWG
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2010-02-12T16:27:08Z
Is there a way to switch off the 'Attach files to this post?' option from within the YAF GUI? Without this the only way I can see of doing it is is by one of:

1) Removing permissions on the upload directory
2) Editing the code to remove the checkbox and option on the message create/edit screen
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Jaben
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2010-02-12T16:31:24Z
It's one of the access masks ( "Upload" ). Just uncheck that permission from the group that you don't want upload permission.

If you want the attach options without the checkbox, yes, you'd have to remove it from the postmessage.ascx file.
BWG
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2010-02-12T16:50:40Z
:oops: Thanks - completely missed that.
iamjdev
2010-05-11T21:04:38Z
I'm having trouble understanding why a user can attach a file such as an image when creating the post, but can't attach another when replying. What's the logic in that..? Is there any way to make it so the access mask allows people to attach files - all the time? Using version 1.9.1.8..
iamjdev
2010-05-12T12:38:28Z
iamjdev wrote:

I'm having trouble understanding why a user can attach a file such as an image when creating the post, but can't attach another when replying. What's the logic in that..? Is there any way to make it so the access mask allows people to attach files - all the time? Using version 1.9.1.8..



Anyone? Seems like it would be an obvious problem to everyone else too. I see in this very forum you can attach at any time. Is it an older forum version issue maybe? You can't even edit the attachment which is funny. lol You have to remove it through Admin.

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