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Our recently installed Taxonomy Term Permissions module does not seem to have any effect when Taxonomy Super Select is enabled. Since I do not know which module should "get the blame" I also posted a similar issue with the Taxonomy Permissions module.
I set all terms in a vocabulary to be accessible to only the administrator role. However a test user assigned only to a different test role can see and set any of the terms in that vocabulary when creating content for a content type that has that vocabulary assigned to it. I confirmed that the test role has no permissions selected for any of the taxonomy terms; and I confirmed the test user is only in that test role (besides the default "authenticated" role).
If I disable Taxonomy Super Select, then Taxonomy Permissions work correctly, and the test user cannot see any of the terms. So, I tried changing the weight of Taxonomy Permissions to ensure it acted before TSS. This did not help. It seems as long as TSS is enabled, Taxonomy Permissions has no effect and all taxonomy terms are accessible regardless of the permissions established for them.
We are using Drupal 6.15, Taxonomy Super Select 6.x-1.0, Taxonomy Permissions 6.x-1.0
Could there be a conflict? Or, am I missing something?