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  Saturday, 18 March 2023
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I want in a profile make a setting that only images can be uploaded is a specific map.
where can i make this setting?

Fred
more than a month ago
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#113322
Accepted Answer
Hi, i already found a way to manage this by making several profiles for each person.

This works oke for me.

Fred
fvdn selected the reply #113322 as the answer for this post — 2 months ago
more than a month ago
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#113322
Accepted Answer
Hi, i already found a way to manage this by making several profiles for each person.

This works oke for me.

Fred
more than a month ago
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#113320
No, it must be possible to upload images with a own chosen name.


You can change the name of any image that you are uploading in the upload dialog.

It is not possible to restrict upload based on an images name, or only allow uploading of images with a specific name.

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

more than a month ago
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#113292
No, it must be possible to upload images with a own chosen name.
I have made into the image editor a map (named "Bridge"), when a publisher makes a article and want to upload a image for that article than that image only can be placed in the map "Bridge". Al the other maps with images cant be opened.
more than a month ago
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#113287
I want in a profile make a setting that only images can be uploaded is a specific map.


Can you explain further? Do you only want images with specific names to be uploaded, or images of a specific type (jpg, png etc.)?

You can currently only limit uploading of images to specific types, eg: jpg, png etc.

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

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