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Nice software. However in my use case I actually don't want any users to be able to submit anything new; just the admin. Users should still be able to sign up, log in, vote, etc. Just not submit or see anything about submitting. How can I do this?

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    Another option without editing the template is to set all your categories' Required Level To Post to Admin. This way, user can still see Submit Step 1 but they can't complete the submission because of required category.

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    Oops double post :(

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    There's no Admin setting for disabling submissions.

    However, you can do it on the template side.

    On submit_step_1_center.tpl template, add this code at the very top:

    {if isset($isadmin) && $isadmin eq 1}

    and at the bottom of that same file, add this code:


    Submission not allowed!


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