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Thanks Boone, that’s great! I really appreciate it. It’s perfect for displaying the page title — if you or anyone else could show how, in a function like this, to strip out the generic directory names like “Groups” and “Forum” from the title, so that the end result looks like this:
MySite | GroupName | TopicTitle
Then I’d be all set. I’m sure someone will eventually create a plugin to customize the Titles sitewide in Buddypress, but in the meantime this is a great start. Thanks.
Please help! See above, where John James Jacoby said one month ago,
Which version of BP? This will be fixed in 1.2 as I think it’s just a missing or incorrectly named action.
Yet we are up to v1.2-RC2, and issue still persists. Is a fix in the works? Admin should be able to delete a user and have the option to remove ALL their posts from the site, whether they be blog comments, Group activity stream posts, or Forum topics and replies.
This issue is related to this topic I started about Admin and Moderator abilities to delete Forum topics and have them be removed from all places on the site: http://buddypress.org/forums/topic/forum-user-roles-and-moderator-ability-bp-12-rc2-wp-291
Yes, I’m using a normal, fresh install of Buddypress. By’global forum moderator’ Role (vs. just “forum moderator”), do you mean the ability to Moderate Groups as well as Forums? Mainly I’d just like Moderators to be able to delete forum posts and — if this is possible — have that deletion propagate over to the Group and Main Activity streams, so once a post is deleted from the Forum it is gone from all places. Currently I can’t even make this happen as an Administrator.
There IS a user role called Moderator, yet it doesn’t seem to allow said Moderators to fully moderate anything — they can edit forum posts, I think, but not delete them.
Note the title of this Buddypress Forum page is displaying the title of the page, as it should:
BuddyPress.org –> Forums –> Editing Group and Forum page title tags
Is this a custom edit of the core files, or is there a setting somewhere that I’m missing?
I’m seeing the same thing, and this is a BIG PROBLEM. And I’m running single-user WP 2.9.1 with BP 1.2-rc latest trunk (Sunday night).
Deleting the user doesn’t delete their Forum topics and replies like it should — the title and content of each post is left intact — it just says “Deleted User” in place of the user name.
Oddly, posts by all users are visible in the general Activity stream for the entire site, just not in the individual Group activity streams. And…
If User A posts to a group, user B only sees it in the general site Activity stream and can post a reply there, but then if User B goes back to the group, User B still can’t see User A’s post even though it now contains a reply from User B (user B can’t see the original post or their own reply to it when viewing the Group activity stream, only in the site Activity stream).
Hope this makes sense… : )
Yes, I am running BP 1.2 beta with single-user WP, not WPMU, and it’s a fresh install of both. It’s not a huge issue, I just think philosophically that after a user signs up for a service, they should receive a confirmation email that includes a link to the site, along with their username and password, even if they chose them themselves. This, after all, is what happens with BP in WPMU, although the latter does include the activation link which I assume has been deemed to be unnecessary in the single-user WP version.
I know from experience that users forget their logins over time, and while they can use the “forgot” link on the site, I think having an initial registration acknowledgment saved in email would be beneficial for some users. Also, it gives the site publisher an opportunity to send a greeting message to each new subscriber.
So…any thoughts on how to make this work for me, or whether it will be fixed in the next version of BP? Thanks.
I agree. So any new ideas on how to get that filter-killer function to work? Thanks.
Still not working. I did find the filter itself in the file /plugins/buddypress/bp-core/bp-core-activation.php:
add_filter( ‘wpmu_welcome_user_notification’, ‘bp_core_disable_welcome_email’ );
I suppose I could just delete that line to remove the filter, but then every time BP is updated it’ll probably get overwritten and I’ll forget all about it. Not sure why your filter hook didn’t work. Any ideas?
Thanks a million for your help — I really appreciate it.
Re: 1) I tried this and it didn’t work (no error, but didn’t fix the problem). What directory exactly should the bp-custom.php file be put in? I tried it in two places —
/wp-content/plugins/bp-custom.php (where you said to put it, though that seems odd)
– and neither worked.
Re: 2&3) Will do. Thanks.