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[Solved] You must be logged in to post a comment.
Why i have this message displaying, when a user is already logged in?
Please navigate to Dashboard > Comments > Forms admin page, edit the Default Form and enable "Allow guests to comment" option. Then save it, delete all caches and test it as guest.
Hello and thank you for your answer.
Yes i did what you say and now its not displaying the message when i'm logged in.
But i don't want that Guests are able to comment, before they register.
Please make sure you don’t have other captcha plugins installed, please deactivate all those. Also please reset all caches. If problems will not be solved please send admin login details to support[at]gvectors.com email address.
Thank you! I send you an email
This problem has no relation with wpDiscuz.
The user account, that you used for testing, was not connected with any post (the user hadn't permission for commenting), that's why comment form were missing. We already fixed your problem. The comment form is available now.
Hello and thanks a lot for your help!
I see now that as the Admin account, i can reply or comment. But as a simple User, its not possible.
I have created a user named "nikolas12", and i have the same problem as before.
1. I get the same message: You must be logged in to post a comment.
2. There is no way to reply or write a comment.
From where i can change that, so All my Registered Users, can reply/write comments and don't receive the message?
Thanks a lot!
do you have any news about this issue?
I just deactivated all the plugins and the normal comments system of WP doesn't show me these errors, and when i activated only the wpDiscuz plugin, the error come again.
Please help me with that
Hello again, i found the solution!
The Multisite Network causes the problem.
Registered users where shown only at the Network admin panel and not at the wp-admin All Users.
"By design, all users who are added to a network will be guests" so i used the "Multisite User Management" plugin and it resolved my problem.
Thanks & Sorry for any inconvenience.