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”New Assignment”, ”New schedule”, and ”Bibliography” buttons not visible

  • Avatar of NikosRev
    NikosRev
    Member

    @nikosrev

    Hello,

    I’m working with :
    WordPress 3.3.2
    BuddyPress 1.5.6
    BuddyPress ScholarPress Courseware 0.9.6

    I’m following Stas’ demo on http://vimeo.com/15928980

    After editing my course description, some problems appeared :

    - “New Assignment”, “New Schedule”, and “Bibliography” buttons are not visible,
    - the error message “BuddyPress Courseware Error! Cheatin’ Uh?” appears.

    I tried with admin and teacher roles (I created a new user as a teacher for this), and found no way to create a new assignment..

    Did I forget to do something to make these buttons appear ? Are there things to do that don’t appear in the demo video ?

    And what does the error message mean ?

    Also I get error 404 on http://scholarpress.github.com and https://github.com/scholarpress/buddypress-courseware.
    And I get a “Still not launched…” message on http://coursewa.re.
    I couldn’t get the handbook.

    Is this normal ? Are there other ways to get documentation ?

    Thank you for your time !

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  • Avatar of byrontik
    byrontik
    Member

    @byrontik

    the two things are unrelated, I don’t have the new assignment buttons, not sure why not I would like to know this also i do have the latests versions.

    as for the error message error message “BuddyPress Courseware Error! Cheatin’ Uh?” appears.
    I did have this also and I fixed it, I am not sure to remember how I fixed it. I think I rushed in with not having buddypress set up correctly, after i followed it step by step and making sure all permission where also correct. and also using the default buddypress / courseware template

    did you create the htaccess file with the following?

    # BEGIN WordPress

    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteBase /
    RewriteRule ^index.php$ – [L]
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
    RewriteRule . /index.php [L]

    # END WordPress

    hope this is it, I did find the solution by doing everything according to the buddypress setup, and the courseware video, let me know if this has helped, else I can look at my settings and files for you,

    Avatar of byrontik
    byrontik
    Member

    @byrontik

    also the handbook, it seems that they are working on it, it is indeed not on github, I can only assume a new one for the launch of v1.0 is on its way, most the info is self explanatory or in the video

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    byrontik
    Member

    @byrontik

    by the way, for future reference, it is best to make one topic of each independent issue. cheers

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