Registration won't work if Virtuemart access level is set to registered

12 years 1 week ago #1 by kathcatch
Joomla! version: Joomla! 1.5.23 Stable
VirtueMart version: VirtueMart 1.1.8 stable
KC Extension version: 1.0.1
PHP version:5.3.1


I'm testing my site - and I can only create a new user when I have Virtuemart (menu item) access set to Public. As soon as I make it set to registered - after the user has filled in the information and clicks send registration it says they need to log in to access that part of the site.

My site needs users to sign up/in before having access to the website so they can't get access to virtuemart.

Does that make sense? Any help would be appreciated.

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