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    Charles Congdon commented  · 

    I have events where only people with certain certifications (group memberships) should be able to sign up. I can create registration types that are limited to certain membership levels, but I cannot further limit them to members of certain groups.

    I cannot enforce these rules by event access permissions, because I want all members (and even those not logged in) to be able to see the detailed description of these events on the calendar so that they are enticed to attain these certifications and engage more deeply in the club. And I want only one calendar, again so that everyone can see every event.

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    Charles Congdon commented  · 

    It would be easier to maintain my website (especially for the next guy) if the text of the "password instruction e-mailed" and "password changes successful" responses were something I could edit on Website>System Pages. The existing messages can make for a confusing/negative first-user experience

    We noticed this issue when integrating Wild Apricot widgets into an existing website. When users reset the password, the "reset password successful" text directs them to the home page of the Wild Apricot site, not the homepage of the website where Wild Apricot's membership functionality is being integrated. Likewise the "Back" link in the "password instructions were e-mailed" message. Since I cannot edit this text, I cannot fix these links (or give users additional instruction in the messages). See attachment for the resulting confusion.

    The current workaround involves editing the CSS to remove these links, but it's not at all obvious what the custom CSS text is changing:

    #ctl00_ContentArea_messageBox_idConfirmWindowStyle > div.cww-inner > div > div > a {
    display: none;
    }

    #id_j4lOTpy > div > div > div.cww-inner > div > div > a {
    display: none;
    }

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    Charles Congdon commented  · 

    Our Treasurer uses Quickbooks to keep track of our club finances. Exporting financial activity to Quickbooks from with Wild Apricot is currently a full-admin only function. That shouldn't be necessary to get all these data into Quickbooks.

    I can see that issuing refunds/discounts for events or memberships might require some special admin privileges for treasurers. But it doesn't follow that they need to be able to create events, create or administer forums, change website templates, or change membership fields just so that they can do a Quickbooks export (or other money-specific things).

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