|Status:||closed (works as designed)|
My problem is this. I run a Drupal installation (with me as user 1) with Domain Access for two sites, A and B. Both sites use the same theme, overlay, etc., so when performing administrative tasks, I can easily forget whether I am at A or B at the moment. I am also using some crossposting modules for both A and B. Today, I had run into a situation where I did something at A and then started creating some content I decided to post to B only. The problem is, crossposting modules (it was Twitter in this case) know nothing about Domain Access, and create links to nodes at whichever site the user actually created that node. As a result, I created http://B/node/123, but my tweet (since I was at A!) contained something like "Read it at http://A/node/123", and one of my Twitter followers replied "I get Access denied at http://A/node/123" (of course, because the node was only posted to B, not A!).
So, I would like to have a setting whereby when I am creating or editing content at A, I can post to "A only" or to "All affiliates" (=A and B), but _not_ to "B only".
My apology if this has already been implemented and I just cannot find such settings. I have read carefully Section 3 and Para 4.3.3 of Readme.txt, but no option there seems to describe what I need.