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  • Josh Frank
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    @iamjoshfrank

    Thanks to Katrina Willis (http://katrinawillis.com), my partner on the UGN site, for figuring out the issue. Here is how she describes the fix:

    “On ugnchicago.com, I finally figured out why my name was displaying in the form field.

    In the SQL database, I was the default user (the user with the id=0), so that made my first name display as a default string when you installed the BuddyPress forms (which populates a default into the field). I went in and manually removed that from the database, so we’re clean!”

    I hope this helps you all. And check out Katrina’s site, while you are at it!

    tagged: @PeterHatch, @modemlooper, @JaredGoyette


    Josh Frank
    Participant

    @iamjoshfrank

    We are experiencing the same issue. “Katrina” is pre-populated in the First Name field on the registration page at our site, http://ugnchicago.com/register.

    It isn’t a local cookie issue; it is showing up across multiple machines, multiple browsers, etc.

    Has anyone come up with an answer?


    Josh Frank
    Participant

    @iamjoshfrank

    @Pisanojm – I was able to set up the App through Facebook successfully, but my Facebook activity isn’t being imported to my Activity stream. I haven’t had a chance to verify my site meets all the requirements.

    Twitter importing is working like a charm!


    Josh Frank
    Participant

    @iamjoshfrank

    I was confused during the Facebook Create an Application step. On the Facebook side, I listed a directory and I think that caused the problem. I went back and created a new application at my site’s root, grabbed the new API and key, and now I am set.


    Josh Frank
    Participant

    @iamjoshfrank

    I just re-posted this in the Private Community plugin forum. After deactivating the plug-in, the feed works without an error. I will follow up on the plugin’s thread. Let me know if you have any suggestions for making these play nicely! New forum threat at:
    https://buddypress.org/community/groups/buddypress-private-community/forum/topic/activity-stream-rss-parsing-error-1/


    Josh Frank
    Participant

    @iamjoshfrank

    1. Are there different permissions for creating events based on the user’s Role in the back-end?

    For example, I created an event with a “Test User 01” who was recently registered and carried the default role of Subscriber. No problem creating the event, but after it was published there was no Invite tab for this user to use.

    2. Also, it seems when I invite other members to an Event, they automatically become registered without logging in to accept the invite. This happens even when the “automatically register” box is left unchecked. I assumed that check box held registrations as pending for approval by an Admin.

    Thanks for the great work on this!


    Josh Frank
    Participant

    @iamjoshfrank

    Wanted to say thank you and put in my endorsement for @Travel-Junkie ‘s great, simple privacy solution.

    Re-posting that code below for simplicity’s sake, found at this comment link:
    https://buddypress.org/community/groups/how-to-and-troubleshooting/forum/topic/how-to-make-a-private-community/?topic_page=2&num=15#post-44616

    Running WP 3.0.1 single-site with BuddyPress 1.2.5.2.

    Add to functions.php (may be titled Theme Functions in your Dashboard Theme Editor):

    function sh_walled_garden()
    {
    global $bp;

    if( bp_is_register_page() || bp_is_activation_page() )
    return;

    if( ! bp_is_blog_page() && ! is_user_logged_in() )
    bp_core_redirect( $bp->root_domain .’/’. BP_REGISTER_SLUG );
    }
    add_action( ‘get_header’, ‘sh_walled_garden’ );

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