brunoais wrote:Due to the spirit of the permissions system, I think the name should not be something that limits but something that allows.
In other words, when the option is set to yes, it should allow the user to see, do, etc... more than if set to no.
Unfortunately, the point of this permission is
to limit what topics the user can see. So it may be hard to figure out a way to say it in a way that doesn't sound like it's limiting. Also, because it's the admin that sees the permissions, rather than the user, I don't think it would be an issue if the text is "limiting"
Here's what I'd go with: "Can only view own topics".
True, the spirit of this permission is to limit something. But there's also our "friend":
"All YES · All NO · All NEVER"
The logic is:
All YES -> no limitations
All NO -> Limit as much as you can
All NEVER -> +-Same as NO
Did that make sense?