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2/17/2017 5:38 PM
 

i'm trying to edit content but when I browse for an image, the only folder showing up is the user folder. I have administrator role and when I created the folder, the permissions have a padlock across the abilities. so I then manually added my user to have all access.

 

 

my first question is, why does the administrator have a padlock. does it imply that it automatically has permission? as you can see, this is for the Root/Assets folder.

 

now when I try to edit a content and I browse for an image, I don't see this folder. all I see is my user folder. this will be a problem because I need a folder where it can be accessible by role and/or user(s). how can I do this?


 

thanks in advance.


 
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2/17/2017 8:26 PM
 

 

figured it out. there's a file browser setting

 

 

 
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