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Without having to user_load(SOME_UID_THAT_HAS_MY_INTENED_ROLES); and swap the current $user object and then replace it.

Is it possible to say,

views_embed_view('view_of_articles');

But tell it to respect the permissions of a certain array of roles like,

views_embed_view('view_of_articles', array(SOME_RID));

I know the above wont work since the function isn't defined in such a way, but could this be possible with theme() functions, or something else I'm missing?

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In view check the option of "Access" and select roles. Now even if you call the view with views_embed_view() It wont display if the user is not part of the role that have access.

  • Nope that's not what I'm trying to accomplish. For example, when your an admin and you've got contextual links turned on and you look at a view, you see the extra markup and the hovering states. Or imagine a field that is permissioned for certain roles, but you print the view as an admin while you want the view to look like it was for a certain role. – Alexander Hripak Dec 13 '12 at 6:51
  • Have you check this module : drupal.org/project/roleswitcher It might help. – j2r Dec 13 '12 at 7:01
  • Yea I'm also aware of those types of modules, but I don't want to see the whole experience as the other role, just the view in question. – Alexander Hripak Dec 13 '12 at 15:11

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