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  • Hitler
    Member

    @hitler

    @thelandman, sorry to bug you again but you seem very knowledgeable. Is there a way to add comments on profile pages to BP? You know – like virtually every social network has – you come to a profile page of another member and leave a comment if you like their profile, or agree with them based on their forum posts or whatever…


    Hitler
    Member

    @hitler

    @thelandman, thanks for updates, man. Will wait for the official release. Hope it will be as kick butt as it seems :)


    Hitler
    Member

    @hitler

    Nevermind, 0.1.9 breaks everything. Gives error upon install, breaks the theme, returns huge errors trying to use it and a 404 error when trying to upload an image. Back to the old release and one more time request for the core developers to consider adding this as an internal feature of BP.


    Hitler
    Member

    @hitler

    Oops, another update:

    looks like there is a v0.1.9 of the plugin which may fix this error. Let me give it a try. Kind of huge, though – 7.5MB :D


    Hitler
    Member

    @hitler

    Update:

    it does return an error on fresh WP installation with BP (using WP v3.0.1). The error looks like this:

    `Warning: call_user_func_array() [function.call-user-func-array]: First argument is expected to be a valid callback, ‘bp_activity_make_nofollow_filter’ was given in /public_html/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 166

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function bp_has_activities() in public_html/wp-content/plugins/bp-album/includes/bp-album-templatetags.php on line 403
    `


    Hitler
    Member

    @hitler

    @thelandman,

    Thanks for suggestion. However, will this one work with 3.0? A lot has changed in the new WP and plugins that list their compatibility with 2.9 may be tricky to use with 3.0. Still, I would like suggest the core development team to consider adding galleries as internal feature of BP, rather than a plugin as it’s one of the fundamental features of any social network. I believe that’s a fair request.


    Hitler
    Member

    @hitler

    That’s a pretty good news, Roger. I went with bbpress because BuddyPress didn’t allow me to have forums without groups. Seeing that this is the future anyway, I’m glad to have made this decision.


    Hitler
    Member

    @hitler

    Sorry about the bump to an old thread, but I would definitely like to voice my opinion in favor of forums without groups. I like to keep my site neat, clean and uncluttered and groups are a clutter. The inability of having a forum without group is a major drawback of an otherwise slick script.

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