We have custom permission setup where we have certain admins that are only allowed to edit specific entries. This is done by modifying the entries sources:

    [$this, 'modifyEntrySources']

And by hooking into cp.users.edit:

    function ($context) {
      if (!$this->canEdit($context['entry'])) {
        throw new ForbiddenHttpException('You do not have permission to edit this entry!');

This works great except for the modal editing, because the cp.users.edit does not cover the modal. I believe the modal is driven by isEditable on the entry but I am unsure how to hook into that.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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