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Old 10th November 2009, 00:12
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Unhappy Annoying stuff must be fixed...

Please try to make the following modification to ISPConfig future versions:
- If the reseller or client has 0 items in a category, hide that category in the menus. To be more specific:
- If client X has DNS set to none, do not show DNS tab in the top navigation menu. The same for left menu (eg: if the client has no privilege to create shell users, do not show the according menus)...and so on. It's a waste of space, and besides, it may confuse the user into thinking it is an error of some kind...

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Old 11th November 2009, 13:03
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If you want that a top meny item is not displayed for y user, disable it in the cp user settings.
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