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Thanks, I also had the same problem. For some reason the script could not unzip the archives. Until I found this post, I had no idea where the plugins should go. It was frustrating a great deal, as, like the other user, I find the bp-my-home fantastic.
Just a note, an older version of the plugin could do it, but not the latest. Perhaps you need to check your zip functions.
@avinanrey just log onto your server via FTP, and rename the BuddyPress plugin directory, or delete it. This works for any malfunctioning plugin. It will be immediately disabled.
I have come across the same error with WP 3.1 beta 1. Apparently WordPress normally ignores this error.
Fatal error: Call to a member function is_page() on a non-object in /public_html/wp-includes/query.php on line 419
But the issue lies with the plugin.
So BuddyPress needs to fixed.
I just posted a question about modifying the template for my-home on your plugin website. I have just found the answer here:
Can you please for the sake of other users, add this information to the readme.txt file included with the plugin, and also to the plugin website. It will help many people and make it easier to use your wonderful plugin.
I have just followed your instructions and successfully changed the template!
This plugin has great potential. Website visitors no longer want to be passive viewers and now expect to interact and order sites to their preferences. Your plugin is a step in that direction.
Keep up the great work. Merci beaucoup.
@rogercoathup – the solution you provided on page one works for me.
However, is there anyway of having BuddyPress refreshing its activity streams? The above fix only works for updates or new posts AFTER it was implemented. All previous activities are showing their old content.
It seems it is possible to integrate Simple:Press into the activity streams.
Integrate Simple:Press Forum into the BuddyPress Activity Stream! [Update
Integrating Simple:Press into BuddyPress Activity Stream