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Yes the point is that I want a user (transporter) to be capable of only editing his presentation, but of course not the ones of other users.
Thats why I created separate user Roles and have to deny them other capabilities.
But to my surprise every thing worked well when I’m connected as an administrator, but when I connect as a Transporter, suddenly the ACF fields are gone and I’m left with only the basic post fields.
Searching in forum and googling a bit I found out that any user has to have capability: edit_others_xxxx activated (where xxxx in this case would be ‘presentaciones’) to be able to use ACF fields when editing post.
But of course this gives them the posability to edit the presentations of other users too..
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