[TYPO3-core] Gremlin #1643: Shortcuts to pages are shown in the shortcut panel - although the user has no access to them

Michael Stucki michael at typo3.org
Fri Oct 28 15:36:18 CEST 2005

User writes:

If you provide Shortcuts for backend-users an icon for every shortcut
appears (and an entry in the selectbox, if you provide one).

If a user has no access to a given page, the icon for that page is visible
but not clickable. This could be confusing.

Links to restricted pages should not appear in the shortcut menu.

- Fix the problem by reading the $id parameter from the referred URL.
- Additionally, make a simple check if the user can view the module that
  displays the link (by checking if the translation label is set! :-))

While working on this, I've made many more changes to the whole shortcut

- The default label is tried to be read from a page ID or a fileadmin path
  (can be improved, see TODO comment)
- The groups have been changed from numbers to practically usable category
  names. They can be changed with User TSconfig (just set the group to a
  string instead to "1")
- New: By default, an admin can select from all groups but has to hide them
  explicitely. A user still sees only groups which are a) allowed and b) not

Looking forward to your comments.

- michael
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