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Admin Console - Ability to assign groups to admin roles
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Currently admin roles (sys admin, product admin, group admin etc) can only be assigned to individual users. For some of these it would be useful to be able to assign a group to this role, then assign users to that group - in particular we have a gI&AM team who's responsibility it is to add new users and assign them to the relevant groups to give access to products. Currently every member of this team has to be added as a product admin for each product and group admin for each group. We are curre...

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Re: Default paste mode for inline editing
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I would tend to agree, however we had a bug raised that text was rendering incorrectly and it turned out to be due to users doing a paste from word into the inline edit.If there is no way to do it we may simply have to educate users to use the dialog when pasting potentially formatted text.Perhaps this is something that could be added as a future update as it would seem to make sense to have the inline editor use the same paste mode as the RTE for consistency. Alternatively, is there any way to ...

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In a text component we've configured our rich text editor in the component dialog to have a default past mode of "plaintext" to ensure that it will use the select style, eg simple tags, or headings, to ensure the CSS for the page will have full control of the styling.The component is also enabled for inline edit. This works great unless you past text from word or html as this mode will include the styling, meaning the text does not render using the CSS styles.Is there any way to control the han...

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