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6/7/2019 10:59 AM
 

We are testing out a site upgrade to DNN 9.2.2 and can't seem to get an indication of when a modules permissions are set to admin only.  I see settings to Hide the Admin Only border but checking or unchecking that option makes no difference.    We need to be able to see at a glance without double and triple checking the module settings that a module is set to admin only permissions. 

 
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6/8/2019 4:55 AM
 
I have not experienced this issue, does it happen too using the default theme ?
 
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6/17/2019 10:08 AM
 

Yes I tried using Cavalier and Xcillion with the same results.  Is there another I should try?  Just wondering if something went wonky with the upgrade.

 
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6/21/2019 3:34 AM
 
Well, it is hard to say, it works fine for me. Maybe there is a module or some css in the site settings preventing this part to display. The generated html (if you open up the browser developer tools) should be a div with the classes
dnnFormMessage dnnFormInfo dnnFormAdminErrMssg
 
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