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yes, i know, that is the problem that i’m having and of course why i can’t use it. you just keep bringing up the same issue. i’m well aware of what it does and does not do. been using it for years. it’s why i asked the question in the first place, just to see if things have changed in 1.8.1. i have already acknowledged that i know you can use buddypress on multisite but each site on my network is it’s own community and the subject of each is different, so it defeats the purpose to have all network-wide activity in one place. And it’s a fact that every site on the network is wordpress based, uses all of the same plugins and definitely could be running on a single network if Buddypress would work on each site individually. I know there is value in the way that BP works currently on multisite, some people prefer it, but i’m not the only one that would also like it to function independently on each site as well. Would be a great feature to have. Not holding my breath though, decided that 2 years ago. I currently use ManageWP to manage all sites or it would be impossible to do with my current staff.
Thanks for the reply. Sure it’s “compatible” but not fully functional as multisite plugin, since it is only able to be used on a single site in the network. I need it to work on each site in the network separately, multiple instances. I’ve tried all of the plugins and even some recommended changes to the code to get this to work properly over the last 2 or 3 and nothing works very well, nothing is consistent enough to use in a live environment without alot of headaches. I’ll just keep managing my multiple sites until BP is able to do what i need natively. Thanks!
I’d like to go back to the previous bar as well, but that didn’t work for me. I created a blank bp-custom.php file with that code in it. It didn’t work for me. Also, as someone mentioned in the other thread, i did get at least more response from putting it in the plugins directory, instead of the wp-content directory, but that was on the code showing in the header, not a fix.
I created the bp-custom.php with this code, put it in wp-content and also tried it in plugins, but neither on brought back the previous admin bar. In the plugins folder did put the code (as text) in the header of the page but that’s it. Am i missing something else?
Also, i thought during the upgrade (in the wizard) on the toolbar line it said you can change your mind later if you don’t want the new WP toolbar. You can change you mind, but you can’t easily revert back? I was under the impression that if you click the check box to try out the new WP admin bar you would be able to easily disable it later.