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  • Mark Waterous
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    @delayedinsanity

    PS: I read page one, and this page of the thread, so if anybody else has already pointed out the above, oops!

    Apparently I posted too soon… Instead of editing the first item on line 288, the constant itself should be updated on line 17 of bp-core-avatars.php so that it looks like the following;

    define( ‘BP_AVATAR_URL’, bp_core_avatar_url() . ‘/wp-content’ );


    Mark Waterous
    Participant

    @delayedinsanity

    Temporary fix? Open bp-core-avatars.php and around line 288 you should see the following:

    $bp->avatar_admin->image->url = str_replace( WP_CONTENT_DIR, BP_AVATAR_URL, $bp->avatar_admin->image->dir );

    Replace it with:

    $bp->avatar_admin->image->url = str_replace( WP_CONTENT_DIR, BP_AVATAR_URL . ‘/wp-content’, $bp->avatar_admin->image->dir );

    …this is presuming you’re having issues with image uploads on an MS site where you get as far as cropping without seeing an image. If you’re on an MS site and you can’t get that far because of an unknown error, (object of class WP_Error can not…) you first need to apply changeset 2124 (https://trac.buddypress.org/changeset/2124) just to see the proper error, then back to bp-core-avatars.php and find around line 266:

    if ( getimagesize( $bp->avatar_admin->original ) > BP_AVATAR_ORIGINAL_MAX_WIDTH )
    $bp->avatar_admin->resized = wp_create_thumbnail( $bp->avatar_admin->original, BP_AVATAR_ORIGINAL_MAX_WIDTH );

    …and replace it with:

    $orig_dimensions = getimagesize( $bp->avatar_admin->original );

    /* Resize the image down to something manageable and then delete the original */
    if ( $orig_dimensions[0] > BP_AVATAR_ORIGINAL_MAX_WIDTH || $orig_dimensions[1] > BP_AVATAR_ORIGINAL_MAX_WIDTH )
    $bp->avatar_admin->resized = wp_create_thumbnail( $bp->avatar_admin->original, BP_AVATAR_ORIGINAL_MAX_WIDTH );

    This is what I’ve done to fix the problem on my install of WP 3.0 and BuddyPress 1.2.3, your mileage may vary.


    Mark Waterous
    Participant

    @delayedinsanity

    Seems like I should have connected the dots on that one; I’ve been so busy lately that when I looked through the repository here, the fact that it emulated the repository there didn’t immediately clue me in that they weren’t separate entities. I figured it was just a little brother / big brother scenario.

    Thanks guys!


    Mark Waterous
    Participant

    @delayedinsanity

    I kind of figured there was slim chance that I was the only person to ever encounter this and wonder about it… in fact I should have looked on trac first before I posted, because I just discovered xprofile_sync_wp_profile() and ticket #2315. I’m going to have to look closer at it when I get time because this seems to be exactly what I’m referring to.

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