AceACL 1.5.2 released

on Saturday, 19 November 2011. Posted in News, Releases, AceACL Item Hits 7401

AceACL 1.5.2 released
The version 1.5.2 of the unparalleled Joomla ACL component, AceACL, is now available for download. This release includes some cool new features such as Super User group, Offline Login rule and Advanced Module Manager compatibility.

The Super User group offers you the possibility to allow any user to DO EVERYTHING without any Joomla Access Control.

The Offline Login rule offers you the possibility to define which group/user can login your back-end and/or front-end when your site is offline.

Another cool feature of this release is the FULL compatibility with Advanced Module Manager so now you can use the assignments of Advanced Module Manager and Access Control of AceACL.

We're also working hard on the Joomla 1.7 version of AceACL. Currently it is in beta stage and will be available for download very soon.

What is new in AceACL 1.5.2

+ : Super User group
+ : Offline login rule
+ : Ability to change the error message, extension based
+ : Option to not show the error message at all, extension based
+ : Appended the Category/Item ID to Title in permissions page
+ : Advanced Module Manager compatibility
# : Incompatibility with Legacy plugin
# : SEF URL duplicated on fail

Demo (we're working on it, try the free version)

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Comments (2)

  • kiwi2b


    20 November 2011 at 04:28 |
    Sounds great!

    Couple of questions for the 1.7 version...

    I really need to allow backend access to a beginner admin to only a few components: one that supports joomla's acl and one that doesn't. How does your extension handle this? Does it 'adapt' the non-supported one, so it can be shown with the supported one, while keeping all of the other components hidden??

    And for joomla's module manager, it would be great if the beginner admin could use the manager, but only have it display a selection of the modules. So essentially they would only be able to control a dozen of them rather than every module on the website. Would this be possible?

    Thanks for this After installing 1.7, the native acl does a lot less than expected, so your extension certainly fills a need!
    • Denis Dulici

      Denis Dulici

      22 November 2011 at 10:22 |
      Yes for both of your questions, in fact you can do these even in Joomla 1.5 with AceACL currently ;)

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