Often I add new setable points to a graphical view, usually rendered as simple points, expecting that only admin will be able to change that point, because the point set permission is either blank or set to admin. However, it seems that users without set permission are able to set the point value.
I expect users to only be allowed to change the value of points in the graphical view if they have set permission to that specific point. The "Set" permission field of the graphical view should not grant set permission to users who do not have set permission at the point level. It seems that graphical view set permission is granted for all setable points rendered in the view, even if the point-level permission was not granted to that user.
It is not feasible to replicate the view just for the Admin, because it will create a fork where multiple almost identical graphical views must be maintained. How can this be resolved?