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There is a bug with 'Saved Stories' on Pligg 2.0. I saved a story as a logged in user. After logging out and logging in as a different user, the same saved story shows up for this user.

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    I have added this to the bug list (Issue #9).

    Thanks

    | Posted 370 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Are you talking about the sidebar saved module? It's supposed to show you what stories have recently been saved by other users.

    | Posted 370 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Actually, that is not how it was intended to function. As lintu suspected, it should only be showing your own saved stories and act as a way for you to see your own personal bookmarks. I think it caches the data, which may be why it is performing this way.

    This is a valid bug that needs to be worked out by a developer. Please submit it to Github so that we can handle it on there: https://github.com/Pligg/pligg-cms/issues

    | Posted 370 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    I figured that was the intended operation because it's been that way since it came out.

    | Posted 370 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Can this be removed?

    How can it be translated?

    | Posted 184 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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