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    laurienicholas
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    @laurienicholas

    I’ve now posted something on the S2Member forums letting them know about the specific issue and asking for a timescale fix: http://www.s2member.com/forums/topic/buddypress-1-6-errors/

    Thanks for all your help Karmtosed, sorry to have wasted any of your time digging for something that wasn’t BP’s wrongdoing.

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    laurienicholas
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    @laurienicholas

    *** EDIT: THIS POST IS INCORRECT – THE PROBLEM DOES APPEAR TO LIE WITH S2Member **

    Ok this appears to actually be much further reaching than S2Member.

    S2Member does most definitely produce this error when activated at the same time as BP 1.6 but so do the plugins ContactForm7 and AdRotate so I think the focus is back on BP 1.6 as the thing needing a fix.

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    laurienicholas
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    @laurienicholas

    Hi Karmatosed,
    Thanks for getting back to us so quickly.

    After a little poking around with my setup it seems the error lies with a plugin I’m using called S2Member. Will post something in their forums and report back with their response.

    Thanks.

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    Seems to be a memory leak or garbage collection failure somewhere. The line 560 in ajax.php is seemingly just be the straw that tips the camels back rather than the source of the issue.

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    laurienicholas
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    @laurienicholas

    Bump

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    laurienicholas
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    @laurienicholas

    Hi Fraser,

    You should be given a crop screen after uploading your avatar where you can drag a square over the portion of the image you’d like to use.

    If this is not the case it sounds like an issue with the theme you’re using – you’re best getting in touch with the people that developed it. Alternatively you can activate the default buddypress theme and try to customise that to suit your needs.

    Hope this helps,
    Laurie

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