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How to make non-public elements' relationship visible but not clickable?

edited February 17 in Pawtucket

Hello,

I have events/objects/places in relationship with entities.
Some of these entities are public (I can click on the link to reach their detail page) and some of them are private (they don't appear in a detail page of an object and detail page for them are not visible by public).

But what I would like is that private entities appear in an object's detail page, but not be clickable (and their detail page not visible). Is it possible to do that, for example by changing the Pawtucket's code somewhere? (Where?)

Or better: is it possible to create a new kind of visibility for entities/objects/locations/... such as "semi-private":

  • "private": no detail page visible, and not visible in other detail pages;
  • "semi-private": would have no detail page visible, but could appear in other detail pages without a clickable link;
  • "public": detail page visible and link is clickable.

This intermediate "semi-private" status should be used to show relationships with other elements, even if informations about these elements are not completed/validated.

Thank you a lot,
Clovis.

Comments

  • Hey, did you find out how to achieve this? I need to do the same

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