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Unfortunately that didn’t work…
When I globally disable page comments, via the theme settings, the undesired comments are not displayed. But when I permit page comments globally and then disable them for the buddypress member page, the undesired comments are still displayed.
My theme has an option for “enabling comments on pages”. When this is checked, the comments are displayed at the bottom of the profile pages. When it is disabled the comments are not displayed at the bottom of the profile page…unfortunately, there are some pages within my site which I need to allow for comments to be added and displayed and the theme option seems to be global across the entire site. I am using the MH Magazine Theme: http://www.mhthemes.com/themes/mh/magazine/
I haven’t had a chance to perform a full troubleshooting yet, but I have notice one other interesting symptom: I currently have 49 “blank” notifications and it looks like so does everyone else on my site…
The fatal error is no longer generated in bbPress 2.5.1, so it looks like something new was introduced in bbPress 2.5.2.
Currently on my staging site I am running bbPress 2.5.1 and buddyPress 1.9.2, but unfortunately even though errors aren’t being generated anymore with this configuration, not all notifications are being displayed either. It looks like friend request notifications are working correctly, but user-to-user message notifications are not working. In addition, I am still getting “blank” notifications from the forum (even though I’m not seeing any fatal errors).
Any thoughts about next steps?
I have done some additional investigation and it looks like the problem may be that when someone replies to a topic in a bbPress forum, they are receiving the following error message:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function bp_notifications_add_notification() in /nas/wp/www/staging/cbblogers/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/includes/extend/buddypress/notifications.php on line 124
I tried to revert to buddyPress 1.8.1 and bbPress 2.5.2, but unfortunately this didn’t resolve the issue.
Any thoughts about what I should try next?
I have taken a look at the data in the notifications table and it looks like all of the “blank” notifications (at least the first 5 or 6 of them) are of the type “bbp_new_reply”
here are a couple of rows from the database:
201438 2 15959 2483 forums bbp_new_reply 3/11/14 16:11 1
201443 2 1064 2101 forums bbp_new_reply 3/11/14 17:33 1
201464 2 15959 2347 forums bbp_new_reply 3/12/14 13:07 1
201468 2 15959 2494 forums bbp_new_reply 3/12/14 16:43 1
Any thoughts about what might be causing this or how to correct the issue?
one other thing I forgot to mention; I seem to be receiving normal notifications for friend requests and confirmation of friend acceptance. I believe the majority (if not all) of the “blank” notifications are notifications for messages sent to me by my friends.
Unfortunately, I think my issue is more problematic than that…I currently have 43 “blank” notifications and the number keeps growing. I have been receiving these blank notifications ever since I upgraded to Buddypress 1.9.1. I even tried reverting to Buddypress 1.8.1, but this did not resolve the problem.
I am experiencing the same issue. Does the latest version of Buddypress resolve this issue?
I wonder if I can revert to an earlier version of Buddypress in order to temporarily resolve this issue??
I am having a similar problem on my site (although I am using a different theme)…I hope there is a fix soon.
I am having a similar problem on my site….seems like it must be related to v1.9.1
I was wondering if any progress has been made on this issue? I am still having problems with many of my new users including spaces in their usernames and then not realizing that the space has been replaced with a dash.
What I was really hoping is that there is a plug-in available, which would allow me to better manage my BuddyPress users. For example, I would like to be able to view and sort on all of the fields in my registration form, including the custom fields that I have added to the form. In addition, it would be nice if the plug-in allowed me to download the information to CSV or some other easily usable format.
sounds like no one has created such a plug-in as of yet…
still no responses to this inquiry…I can’t imagine that I am the only one who would like this capability….
I haven’t seen a response to this yet. Does anyone know if this is possible? Thanks much,
Thanks so much @kizzywizzy the Buddydev auto login plugin worked great.
One other question; now is there a way for me to go and activate the 10 users who signed up for my site before I had installed the auto activate plugin?
Is there a way to eliminate the requirement for a user to activate their account?…or for me to activate their account for them?
I am using the BuddyPress Registration Options plugin and this already allows me to review and approve or deny pending user accounts, so the activation process is kind of redundant.