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  68677   Wed Aug 23 11:36:22 2017 Reply Andreas Luedekeandreas.luedeke@psi.chQuestionMac OSXv3.1.2Re: Hide logbook tab when not authorizedHi Stefano,

I think your assessment is correct:
it is not possible to hide a logbook based
  
  68679   Wed Aug 23 20:09:39 2017 Reply Stefano Bonaldostefano.bonaldo.13@gmail.comQuestionMac OSXv3.1.2Re: Hide logbook tab when not authorizedHi Andreas,

many thanks for your answer. I
partially agree with you, because sometimes
  
  68680   Thu Aug 24 11:08:43 2017 Reply Andreas Luedekeandreas.luedeke@psi.chQuestionMac OSXv3.1.2Re: Hide logbook tab when not authorizedWell, Stefan would need to answer that.
But if you are good with C-programming, you
might implement it yourself?
  
  68681   Thu Aug 24 11:46:30 2017 Reply Stefan Rittstefan.ritt@psi.chQuestionMac OSXv3.1.2Re: Hide logbook tab when not authorizedHi Stefano,

that's what top groups were
made for. So make a top group for yourself,
  
  69054   Thu Oct 24 16:38:27 2019 Reply marijn lucasmarijn.lucas@rhul.ac.ukQuestionLinuxv3.1.2Re: Hide logbook tab when not authorized*** edit ***

I solved my problem by removing
the guest options from the logbooks ('Guest
  
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