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A social community for the Hamptons in New York
Argh… I thought that was it! Unfortunately upgrading to WPMU to 2.7.1 (used the automatic upgrade) didn’t work either. My custom theme has to be missing something… lol
I’m going to dig a little deeper and see if I can figure out what’s going on.
In the meantime, if any thoughts pop-up that could allow the default theme to upload avatars on signup, but not on a custom theme… shoot them at me.
Thanks for all your help…
Jeff, thanks for responding…
1) Fairly vanilla means i have only buddypress, plus 2 other plugins. I’m running the latest WPMU (2.7)
2) Trunk is 1324
3) bp-events and eg-twitter
4) This was a fresh install of the trunk, so no upgrade. It’s an environment that I created to test things. I have moved over activate, register, plugin-sidebar and plugin-template to my new theme’s home directory, plus the 3 functions in functions.php. Is there anything else I should do for a customized HOME theme?
5) I’ve read them a ridiculous amount of times changes to htaccess, bp-core-avatars haven’t worked unfortunately
Permissions are 755 on the blogs.dir folders. I’m just combing through to see if I missed anything. I have deactivated all the plugins and i’m still looking around.
Erwin, first of all, thanks for all of your hard work on the plugin!
I uploaded events version .55 into a fresh install of MU with the latest BP trunk.
I was able to save the events correctly. I’m also able to see the events in the widgets.
But I have 2 Issues:
1) Directory – There is no ‘events’ folder under /bp-themes/buddypress-member/directories. So, when I select Events on the navigation tab to display the events directory, it defaults to ‘members’ and doesn’t display anything but the sidebar.
2) When I go to the events detail page (by selecting from the widget), It has the correct url and displays the blog sidebar, however… no details show. I have reread your instructions about 23 times and think I have everything correctly. Does this sound familiar? I thought it was with member themes, but everything looks good.
My 2 cents… Buddypress is built upon WordPress and WordPress MU. If I didn’t like the architecture of WordPress and had concerns with it’s performance to begin with, I probably wouldn’t spend to much time on Buddypress. On the flip side, if I was creating a social compliment to WordPress, I would keep the architecture similar as to take advantage of upgrades, the huge community and extending the system through plugins.
In creating systems in the past, I haven’t designed this way, but I completely understand why Buddypress has made this choice. And I’ll use it.