ist this symbol for "Only connections I specifically allow" so correct?

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#PermissionsSymbol #specificallyAllow @Hubzilla Development+
  
Sigh... Since you obviously selected custom/expert mode as your channel permission role i would assume you know what you are doing...

You selected "Only connections i specifically allow" for your "Can view my channel stream and posts" limit. Hence if you try to make the ACL for a post public (by not attaching an ACL at all), we will not tell you it's public (because it's not public due to the limit you have set). Instead we will tell you that it is visible by whoever your limit allows. In fact you can never post anything public this way.

If you change your limit later, those posts will become public (since they are not limited anymore and don't have an ACL attached).

So, if you not sure what you are up to, please stick to one of the predefined roles and everything will be fine...
  
DIe Übersetzung vom 2. Absatz ist nicht ganz korrekt.

Öffentliche Beiträge haben keine ACL. Sie sind ja öffentlich...
  
Hence if you try to make the ACL for a post public (by not attaching an ACL at all), we will not tell you it's public (because it's not public due to the limit you have set).

Deshalb, wenn du die ACL für ein Post auf öffentlich stellst (in dem du keine ACL für diesen Post verwendest), sagt Hubzilla dir nicht das der Post öffentlich ist (weil der Post ja wegen dem eingestellten Limit nicht öffentlich ist).