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Ah, I think I’ve figured out the problem (or at least a part of it?)
Apparently, WP 3.5 blew the Default BP theme out of the water — and replaced it with Twenty Twelve.
Now I’m searching where / how I can get the default BP theme installed again (?)
Well, when I do that, my subordinate blog logins don’t work — oh, I forgot to mention I’m also using domain mapping (maybe that’s why?)
I wanted to say that I found the problem (but only after re-installing )
It was that I had decided to use the activity stream as the homepage (which apparently doesn’t work?)
Yea, thanks both — I can’t figure out what I did wrong. I think maybe I put the domain mapping in mu-plugins, and then *after* the problem started I move it into plugins, but even if that doesn’t matter, I think there are simply too many variables in play. It’s a relatively new install, so I think I will just do it over. Will use 775, thanks.
Yea, I never really used it much… so I just decided to deactivate it + that cleared up this issue!
I seem to have a similar problem. After updating, I was asked to create pages (also for a “links”) plugin I’ve implemented (but not actually using much yet).
A “links” tab was created, but also a “links” link (off to the right, directly below the tabs and still within the header).
The tab points to “links/” and link points to “links” (no trailing slash).
I’m just ignoring it for now, but it looks very broken.
Oh, I just moved the line:
define( ‘BP_USE_WP_ADMIN_BAR’ , true);
down to *just above* the “stop editing” line — that seems to have fixed it
I think this instruction should be more prominently and explicitly displayed, because otherwise everything becomes very funky
Yeah, like what happens if a thermonuclear war breaks out before either this plugin or 1.2.7 are released — just think of all the missed opportunities if we aren’t able to build on privacy before all of humanity is eradicated!
Now that you mention how difficult the coding could be — how about using the keyboard more?
I use accesskeys on a lot of my websites — the navigation is so much simpler + faster!
Cool, thanks — I’ve posted a somewhat more coherent version of the question here: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/397369
another tack: is there some reason why the activity listed under profiles is limited to 1 page (or however it seems to be limited)? Couldn’t that have pages back to previous activity?
(*thinks he sounds like a novice *)
oh, hmmm — I guess activity stream updates don’t really *have* permalinks?
Well, I just tried out the buddypress-like plugin … I’m assuming the same applies?
It would be simple enough if there were simply a permalink to the original buddypress status update in the activity stream, no?
Yea, that seems to sort of suck…
I mean if a forum post was made weeks ago + I would like to follow it via favorites, is that *impossible*? (or would I have to swim through all of the sitewide — ahem: Network-wide — activity first? O_O )
… actually, it happens for me ANY time I log in (I think).
I had the same problem — activity link was the only one that worked.
I turned off backwards compatibility and now a lot seems to work — not sure about everything … but at least more than was working before.
Also, I noticed that I hadn’t activated default theme in the theme admin area — maybe that was also an element of it?)
ah, OK (thanks! )
I don’t see much of a reason to “upgrade” my IE (as I said, I rarely use it)
I’ve just noticed this problem while using IE too (I usually use FF).
The problem is that the username / alias doesn’t show up — instead, all you get when e.g. mousing over profiles is “Avatar Image” … perhaps this is due to the difference between IE / FF about which source to display for images (I think 1 uses alt tag, the other uses title tag)
This is a quite annoying bug — for IE users (since the problem doesn’t exist in FF)
Seeing as there are still HUGE numbers of IE users out there, I think this is a BIG problem.
I also think this would definitely be a nice feature
Also quite surprised
Would be nice to be able to provide graphical links to blogs from the homepage. (somewhat hidden widget request
I think it would be good to set up separate blogs for separate languages — as in: if people don’t want the interface language to be different, then I expect they won’t want the discussions to be in a different language, either.
I tried WPML and it (or my hosting) is simply too slow. I just decided to set up separate blogs instead — and I hope I can install buddypress in 2 (or more) versions … I don’t think there’s an easy way of having 1 instance of buddypress work in English here, in German there, etc., right?
I haven’t been able to find much information about buddypress in German — I think I read the language files need to use the German buddypress (is that right? doesn’t really make sense to me)…
So, yea: I’m quite confused again… O_O