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Hmm, I was under the impression batcache would only cache public pages (non-logged in users). The above seems to indicate otherwise. Is batcache really buddypress aware (I noticed the last update of the plugin via the repo was back in April ’09).
@zkwc I just installed the album to poke around; there is a table called wp_bp_album that contains a row for each picture. There is a privacy column that defines it’s visibility (via a numerical format, 0 == public, 4 == friends, etc). Do you really want ALL of your sitewide Album images to be public??? If so, try something like this: update wp_bp_album set privacy=’0′
Note, take a table backup and try running this against a single image at a time (by adding a: where id=”).
I would try poking around the related tables and look for a permissions or privacy column. Once you find it it should be pretty straight forward to update all the various photo’s settings versus going through the UI one by one. Good luck!
Search around for how to translate bp and create your own language file. This will make it much easier and will keep you out of the core files (which is highly advised). Good luck!
@modemlooper Check out this guy’s post regarding a blackhole setup for search bots that don’t respect robots.txt: http://perishablepress.com/press/2010/07/14/blackhole-bad-bots/ Could easily be modified to to do what your talking about regarding the default register slug.
Absolutely, this is the default behavior. This site, for example, is running buddypress, so by joining and logging in you just experienced BP goodness. Also check out testbp.org. That is a default install of BP and represents what you get out of the box.
@travel-junkie Mapology is looking stellar! Just checked out the group overlay and wow, way to go! To fill folks in, if a group has many maps/routes, the overlay shows all the relevant routes on a single map to easily see all routes in relation to each other. Brilliant!
Ha, that is kinda annoying… I did a fresh install the other day and it helps to sort by ‘Most Popular’ Then it shows up within the top of the first page.
@travel-junkie Hot damn! It’s looking brilliant thus far, keep up the good work!
There are a few others that have run into this as well, avatars on sub blogs trying to locate avatars under /files/avatars/ instead of /wp-content/uploads/avatars/. Another thread: http://buddypress.org/community/groups/how-to-and-troubleshooting/forum/topic/on-subdomain-blogs-some-avatars-not-displaying/ I noticed this behavior after applying 1.2.6.
Once the fields are populated by a user, they will show up within their public profile page.
Wow, nicely done. I wasn’t expecting the ability to create routes within the system (was expecting just uploads) that’s bloody awesome! Can’t wait for the first release
Good thinking… It would be nice to display a certain amount of the most recent avatars within a users profile. Not sure if we need another image, though, as long as the sizing is in relation.
Do you have access to the server to check permissions on those folders? Anything out of the norm?
It would be nice.. Those names take up quite a bit of real estate on the default theme.
For routes… Possibly allowing for a small kml or gpx file to be uploaded and displayed per group.
So, has anyone given this plugin a shake down? It’s been a few months now…
@travel-junkie very interested! Regarding routes support; what are your thoughts about enabling GPX support (import/export). I have a ton of idea’s…
I’m seeing this issue within the Admin Bar on my sub-domains, too. I don’t think it’s that related to the sub-themes. The source for the avatar has changed from ‘/wp-content/uploads/avatars/…’ to ‘/files/avatars/…’. Hopefully it’s a just a bug.
Can anyone with 1.2.6 knowledge comment on this? What is this new path structure? Bug?
What host provider are you running the install from? Do you have command line access?
Hmm, now that you mention it I’m seeing the same thing on my subdomain blogs (using a rev of 2010 theme on subblogs, wih bp-default/minor child customizations on my main site). Gravatars still show up, but not user defined avatars. My most notable change as of late has been BP 1.2.6.
@topracer, what bp rev are you running?
Do you have any other pluginstthemes installed? Try disabling s2member temporarily and using the out of the box theme. I just had a very similar issue with facestream causing issues with group setup/avatars on my end.
Your site isn’t allowing registrations Which permalink structure did you define? What is defined for the following values:
$base = ‘/’;
define( ‘DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘domain.com’ );
define( ‘PATH_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘/’ );
(check your wp-config.php)