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I'm using drupal 6.6 and setting permissions for people in my office to edit certain parts of the site. One person can edit the about section and the membership section for example but something is wrong. I gave this person the ability to edit any "about" content and edit any "membership" content, Create any content in these two categories and delete and publish and unpublish any content in these two categories. However, if she goes to a page that i, the 1 user on my drupal install made, and it is in her section, drupal still won't let her edit. So when she goes to a page I created originally, that is in her section, all she can do it unpublish and view. Why? I really need to trouble shoot this ASAP or my office mates are going to go batsh** on me. Please help!
I don't get it at all. I gave her access to content and ability to administer nodes. I had no idea configuring permissions could be this frustrating.
Thanks for any help,