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Password Entries for Editing

My users own their entries, but need to provide edit access to some site Roles (but not all users who have that role).
If they could set a password in one entry field and require the password be entered before edit access is provided, that gives them control of who edits.
The owner doesn't need to enter password, nor Admin. They can change the password to change who can edit. We cold turn this on or off view by view.

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      • Gary Kelly commented  · 

        This could be a simple as allowing us to set a minimum no of characters in the Search Bar before a search was allowed.
        IE, if view required search before displaying data, and Search Bar was set to search 1 field only and required x no of characters (4 or 6 or whatever) before being run, a user wouldn't be able to see matching records until they enter a string. As it is now, they can enter 1 character and get any match at any position in the one field.
        Allowing us to set x characters in the Search Bar solves this problem, and adds functionality to GravityView for little effort (I hope :)

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