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BuddyPress Skeleton Component – Setting Example No Longer Works

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    David Bisset
    Participant

    @dimensionmedia

    Since search is still down here, forgive me if this is a repeat topic. Basically wondering if anyone else has encountered this and can provide a solution. Basically install the BuddyPress Skeleton Component into WP 3.2 / BP 1.2.9.

    The example menu tab examples work EXCEPT for the example under the settings tab (where general and notifications are for the profile). The menu tab is visible, but click it and you get redirected on the homepage. Maybe this is due to some hooks being moved or switched around – I know the skeleton component is showing it’s age but wondering if perhaps anyone can point me in the right direction. OR if anyone knows of a plugin that currently adds a menu choice under user settings.

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    Boone Gorges
    Keymaster

    @boonebgorges

    I found the culprit – bp_core_load_template(), in `bp_example_screen_settings_menu()`, is pointed toward the wrong template. It should read:
    `bp_core_load_template( apply_filters( ‘bp_core_template_plugin’, ‘members/single/plugins’ ) );`

    I’m going to make this adjustment, as well as a few others, and release a slightly updated version of the Skeleton Component. In the meantime, please let me know if you find other problems.

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    David Bisset
    Participant

    @dimensionmedia

    Awesome. This works. I did see ‘plugin-template’ as something odd when reading through the code, but didn’t have time to investigate.

    Thanks Boone. Sorry, I didn’t mean for you to pick this up, just leaving a note in the forums before I dived in. But thank you, and i’ll continue to be poking at the skeleton component.

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    Boone Gorges
    Keymaster

    @boonebgorges

    No need to apologize. The Skeleton Component is in need of some love, and it’s way easier to give it that love when there’s someone reporting bugs.

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