I am running Formidable Pro on a number of sites, since several years, and I am wondering about one thing: is it currently (as of December 2018, with Formidable Pro 3.04.03 being the current version) required to have Formidable Pro installed alongside Formidable (the non-pro version)? Or is this situation resulting from my sites being ancient, before some change happened that made Formidable Pro a fully featured plugin rather than an add-on? Can I disable and remove the non-pro Formidable?
I am looking for a way to enable users to delete their own entries, without letting them modify. Here's my setup: I am using Formidable as a way for users to sign-up for courses. Each course has a separate Formidable form. When the user submits the form, he subscribes to that course. All users are logged into the WP site, as subscribers. I want users to be able to delete their entries, but not to edit them. I want a binary system: entry exists, or not. Solution A: I tried to solve this using Formidable Views, to which I added a "delete" shortcode (without allowing front-end editing). This works fine, but only for Administrators or Editors. Maybe the Subscriber would need a specific capability to "delete one's own entries". Solution B: I enabled the front-end editing option. Once this is enabled, the custom View works fine (the "delete" shortcode shows up for any user). But the downside is that on the actual form, when visiting an already submitted form, the user now sees both the "delete" and the "submit" button. I want to get rid of the "submit" button. I tried to edit the HTML code of the form, but would need a conditional shortcode that can tell if the form has already been submitted […]