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I have a "Group Event" content type. When a user with "Group Event: edit any content" permissions tries to edit a Group Event node, s/he can't save the node back to the original group if they're not a member of that group. This is because the Groups Audience field only shows groups that the current user is a member of.
If I understand correctly, the change in the following patch was supposed to address this use case. But even with the latest dev version of og and entityreference, I can't see a full list of groups in the Groups Audience field, even if I'm logged in as user #1.
Is there some other way I'm supposed to set things up to allow certain users with higher-level roles to edit group content even when they're not members? Thanks!
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