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  • in researching this I installed the WP jQuery CDN Plugin and it is set as Google Ajax API jQuery CDN

    This appears to resolve (temporarily) the problem

    I hope that this helps

    Hi .. I think I am having the same problem

    I am running Buddypress 1.6 and WordPress 3.4.1

    I am finding the Add Friend feature is not working and the reply to message functionality (when I try and reply to a message it isn’t working.)

    When I click on Add friend it just appears to remove the button and the friend pending button doesn’t appear and it doesn’t active the friend request

    When I try and reply to a message I type in the message and click on the send reply and it just clears the message window.

    I am not sure how to uninstall/remove the CDN version of jQuery. Can you please point to some instructions on how to do this?

    I think I am losing my mind. I logged this into the bug ticket list yesterday and I can’t find it there. Not even in closed tickets. Will add again but this time I will keep the ticket number

    6. (I think I must love testing) I have found that with a new user if I create them in the admin, then set their password (but not tell them) … and then they go to forget password … and then log in … it all works perfectly.

    I think I have narrowed it down to new users on a multisite that are created and then use the system generated password can not see the sites that they have ‘access’ to in the sites list on the admin bar or on the sites page. However if they go to the URL for the site (or the site’s admin) they have their appropriate level of access. I have found if they try and change their passwords through the front interface this does not fix the problem.

    I have found that as a work-around if a admin person comes in and changes their password in the admin section of the website they can then see their sites in both the admin bar and the sites page. While this work-around is OK for now I am going to have problems with this when I move to having the system allow new users to be created by other people (and for themselves)

    5. I have completed another senario. If I create a new users … do not send the email. Have them go to the website to ‘reset the password’. They then follow the link in the email and use the new password. It then allows them to login and takes them to the sub-site admin .. but it does not show the site under the sites dropdown in the admin bar and when you go to the sites page it does not show the sub-site.

    This is a completely new user that has not accessed the site at all, has no posts assigned to it.

    I have also had the user try to change their own password and this did not change the admin bar problem or show the sites on the ‘sites’ page.

    4. I have tried another senario. If create a new user … do not send the email … and set the password in admin. They can access all sites

    Hi. I have found a similar thing. I have migrated a multisite to a new buddypress multisite installation.

    WordPress 3.2.1
    Buddypress 1.5.1

    I imported a site from my old multisite (without buddypress). I found that when I allowed wordpress to create the users from the xml export data (ie import posts and it gives you the option to create the users) that all of the users could not see my sites in the admin bar and also all of their sites where not visible under my account sites.

    I have found that if you create the users first (like a new user) and then assign the posts to the new users … they can operate normally (can see sites in admin bar and all sites are visible under my account).

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