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I did look at phpMyAdmin but there’s nothing in common like that (they’re not all .info addresses) – except the string of numbers on the end of the usernames. but as they’re on the end I can’t sort like that…?!
Thanks Paul – I have duly raised a ticket https://trac.buddypress.org/ticket/2946
I am not a developer and hadn’t thought of this.
My own problem is urgent and if in the meantime anyone could provide the line or two of necessary sample code exactly as required for the functions.php I’d really appreciate it. It’s for a site at http://resolution-revolution.org.uk and being unable to set deadlines after 31 Dec 2010 is causing us a big headache! Thank you
Sorry I’m new to this side of things.
I’m taking your sample code and trying to add it to functions.php in my theme.
I thought I need to take the apply_filters line and add it where the comment is? But that breaks everything. I’m unclear how/when to replace the $variables with actual values?
Is it possible to give me the sample code complete with variables filled in so that the dateboxes all show the current year and an additional three years ahead. I.e. right now they’d show 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013?
Perhaps I need to elaborate on this issue by way of a bump!
I’d really appreciate it if anyone can help. I need to be able to change the dates that display in the date selector control in a customised Profile, e.g. to show this year and future years 2010, 2011, 2012, rather than previous years.
Any pointers greatly appreciated.