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    Old Irving
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    (obviously the stuff in needs to be replaced with your own data and you actually have to put in values for the various ids if you want to do the script)

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    Old Irving
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    @old-irving

    I went ahead and added the members I needed through phpMyAdmin and figured I might as well post the workaround here, though it kinda sucks. Obviously this only works if you are using a host that includes phpMyAdmin and you know how to log into it and have rights to edit the tables there. It’s really pretty straightforward because everything is so nicely named and all.

    1. Make sure you know the group ID and the member IDs you need. Get these from the groups and user tables (in browse view or by searching)

    2. Open the groups_members table and go to the “Browse” tab to check what the final ID number is.

    3. Go to “Insert” menu and add the next sequential ID for this table, the group id#, the user id#, and any admin/moderator roles you want to give them as 1s – use “now” for the “date_modified” field and you’re set.

    or just run this script:
    ‘INSERT INTO “.`_bp_groups_members` (`id`, `group_id`, `user_id`, `inviter_id`, `is_admin`, `is_mod`, `user_title`, `date_modified`, `comments`, `is_confirmed`, `is_banned`, `invite_sent`) VALUES (”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, NOW(), ”, ‘0’, ‘0’, ‘0’);’

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    Old Irving
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    @old-irving

    Agreed – not being able to search in groups/forums is annoying – I need to remove the basic search box for the blog because we’re using forums more.

    I’ll “bump” this one – just getting an install set up now, would like to know if it’s worth trying to get people to use this feature or not, since it seems to be pretty unintuitive. I can see the tag cloud on the side with the standard buddypress theme, but no idea which ones are on my post when I open it to edit and no way to add tags if I forgot one

    I had the same error and still wanted to use the theme – after I renamed it and got rid of the error message, I tried disabling the BuddyPress Template Pack plugin I’d installed to try to get a normal WordPress theme to work. Then I went back and applied the same buddypress theme again, this time with no problems.

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