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  • axelmire
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    @axelmire

    Hello again…Ok, I have moved bp_activity_comments() inside the form div in entry.php which allows for clicking the comment button to open the comment box with the latest comments below.

    The current problem is when a new post is created it positions the new comment on the main time line by itself and above the comment post box until the page is refreshed and then it is back inside the form div below the comment post box again even though I have moved wp_nonce_field( ‘new_activity_comment’, ‘_wpnonce_new_activity_comment’ ) inside the form div.

    I am also trying to find a way to keep the comment box open when posting allowing the user to close the box via the cancel button.

    I have looked at the possibilities within the js files but I am stumped by this at the moment.

    I appreciate any pointers. 🙂


    axelmire
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    @axelmire

    Hey Boone I have managed to get things working with a little core tweaking for the time being. I have 2 remaining issues I am wrestling with that maybe you can help me solve.

    1. When the comment post form is opened it currently scrolls the form to the bottom of the comments. I would like to keep the comment form above the comments with no scroll.

    2. When multiple comments trigger the “Show all comments” message (seems to have a default of 5), the comments displayed show the oldest comments and not the newest.

    Any help is appreciated. 🙂


    axelmire
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    @axelmire

    That worked, thank you very much. 🙂


    axelmire
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    @axelmire

    I should also add that wordpress is configured for multisite.


    axelmire
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    @axelmire

    Hey guys, I still havn’t got a solution to this. Any ideas appreciated.


    axelmire
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    @axelmire

    I am sorry, I didn’t express myself clearly enough. I am interested in inserting the @ in the username as medium does.

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