Just noticed this and have come up with a fix which I've committed.

AF was checking the comment setting in a way that accommodates both nodecomment and Drupal comments, but the access check which decides whether to output a reply link only checks for standard comments permission:

<?php
function advanced_forum_get_reply_link($node) {
 
$reply_link = array();
 
// Give nodecomment (if installed) first shot at the comment setting
 
$comment_setting = (empty($node->node_comment)) ? $node->comment : $node->node_comment;
 
// Anchor to the form is depends on if reply is a node or a comment.
 
$fragment = (empty($node->node_comment)) ? 'comment-form'  : 'node-form';
  if (
$comment_setting == COMMENT_NODE_READ_WRITE) {
    if (
user_access('post comments')) {
     
// .. display reply link
   
}
    else {
     
// User does not have access to post replies on this node.
     
return 'reply-forbidden';
    }
?>

This was resulting in a reply link being output that simply linked to:

http://example.com/#node-form

...which obviously didn't do anything very useful.

Comments

Status:Active» Fixed
StatusFileSize
new1.23 KB

Patch attached and committed to 6.x-2.x branch.

Status:Fixed» Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.

Issue summary:View changes

fixed typo for syntax highlighting