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Id like to assign an administrator module to all pages, This is very simple with site modules as you can assign in the "menu manager" tab , however in the admin module the "menu manager" tab is not available , any help with this ?

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You have to set your module to position, which is used in every page. For example: menu, bottom, footer.

Isis possible module positions are (according to templateDetails.xml):

  • menu
  • submenu
  • toolbar
  • title
  • status
  • icon
  • cp_shell
  • cpanel
  • bottom
  • footer
  • login
  • debug

Try and see which fits you best.

  • Acctually i just found out that setting the module access to public does the trick – Jimmy Obonyo Abor Dec 29 '15 at 22:43
  • Interesting. What was access level before? So you don't have special access level youself? – Rene Korss Dec 29 '15 at 22:48
  • Also just found out that setting to access special also does the trick , should this be a bug ? my v is 3.4.1 – Jimmy Obonyo Abor Dec 29 '15 at 23:15
  • What acces level module had if you had issue? Can you replicate issue again? – Rene Korss Dec 29 '15 at 23:18

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