Delete row everywhere, disable if

I’m trying to understand the logic of an app that allows for a Maker to create documents for Editors but not give that Maker the ability to control the ability to allow Editors to add, edit, and delete. The super coarse option of limiting a user to only their own rows is not sufficient.

Related, why do only buttons get a “Disable if” option? This should be a property for every type of control.

I see questions from this community since 2019 related to this. We’re asked to trust to roll out tools for our users to use without the ability to limit the kind of damage that, for example, a disgruntled employee can do to a database using the “Delete row everywhere” button.


Yeah… was just looking at this right now. This is a major security flaw. Hopefully someone has a solution.

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