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I have the same problem as @MariusOoms – the plugins doesn’t seem to sync from Facebook to Buddypress.
Also, on a side notice, the “To Facebook” text in the update box could do with a bit more with. In my display i gets cut into two lines.
Thanks for a GREAT plugin!
I’ve found a small bug I hope you can fix:
When I write an update on Buddypress containing the letters Ã¦Ã¸Ã¥ Facebook will convert them to:
Ok, now it seems that another problem has shown up.
I have renamed the slugs for i.e. GROUPS. But as a result of that, the drop-down adminbar submenu containing the “My groups”, “Create group” and “Group Invitations” functions has been disabled.
Anybody knows how to crack that nut?
Thanks, that did the trick for me. Any help regarding the bp_page_title() issue?
Hmm… Just tried out defining slugs in wp-config.php but it didn’t change anything? Wrote the following at the bottom:
/** Set up Buddypress Slugs */
define ( ‘BP_GROUPS_SLUG’, ‘ideer’ );
define ( ‘BP_FORUMS_SLUG’, ‘debat’ );
define ( ‘BP_MEMBERS_SLUG’, ‘medlemmer’ );
define ( ‘BP_ACTIVITY_SLUG’, ‘aktivitet’ );
define ( ‘BP_GROUPS_SLUG’, ‘clubs’ );
define ( ‘BP_WIRE_SLUG’, ‘vaeg’ );
Also I took a look at bp_page_title() but it seems to me that it only defines titles for the blog area. Not directories, wire etc. Am I misunderstanding anything?
Thanks for the reply. I have translated Buddypress myself to da_DK.
I was actually looking for a way to do that as well, so I am very eager to see some responses.
I have just noticed another bug in regards to the date box.
It seems that BuddyPress will not grant any dates before December 14th 1901 (as of today – i am not aware of whether that date shifts as days pass).
Granted, not many people – if any – will be needing this date as long as it is used for birthdays. But there might be some other purposes where this is a real bugger.
Any fix on this (and the before mentioned)?
So what can we do about that? Other than not translating the months?
Great workaround! Works like a charm!
Thanks a lot, r-a-y
Is there anyone who can help me?
If anyone could tell me how to remove the blog registration part from the mysite.com/register so that all the visitor can do at that point is to create a user account, I’d be thrilled!
I do not want to completely switch off the blog functionality from Buddypress. All I want is to prevent the option from occuring at the registration stage.
Please help me – it’s kinda urgent!
So, any idea on how to do the exact opposite?
I don’t want my users to be able to create blogs at the registration point, but I do not want to turn the blog feature completely off, as they should still be able to create blogs at later stages from within the Buddypress interface.
Any good approaches?