We are creating a 3D story editor for mixed reality, for kids, that runs in glitch. The editor allows you to lay out a mixed reality story as a series of scenes, storing the scenes in json files in the project, and using Assets for the assets.
I would like to set things up such that if I (the owner of the project) runs the glitch, I have both “edit” and “view” buttons. If anyone else runs the glitch, they only have a “view” button (to see the scenes. The model follows glitch itself; if someone wants to riff on your story and edit your scenes, they remix the glitch, getting a copy of all the docs and assets.
But I can’t see a way to tell if the browser window that is running the project is also logged into glitch, and if so, if the account it’s logged into is the owner of the glitch. Is this possible?