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  • Whoa, that’s confusing because a user was plugging in my display/screen name, they would have no way of knowing the user name unless they look at the status bar path which the average user will never do. I guess the auto complete function will take care of that when it rolls out hopefully soon.

    Thanks again for all the hard work here Andy. You and the team are doing some real inspirational work here with buddypress! Not only on the development and visual side, but also on being reactive the all the threads floating around your forums and answering them in a timely fashion.

    Sure thing panasun. I set the bp-friends directory to chmod 755. All elements inside (including sub directories of /css/, /images/ and /js/) are also set to chmod 755 besides the file bp-friends-widgets.php which is left @ chomd 644. Probably would have been easier to say set recursively, but the one file I didn’t touch although it probably doesn’t matter because it’s a 0 byte file and holds no data.

    Good luck!

    I’ve fixed this, it was a permission related issue :)

    Here’s beta of what I’m doing…

    I believe there is an easy way around this. I’m using the sub directory approach. All I had to do is update the Category base to blog/news and then just update the path in the header.php file under the buddypress-home directory (the one in themes), so the new list item changes to this: <li<?php if(bp_is_page('news')) {?> class="selected"<?php } ?>><a>/blog/news" title="News">News</a>

    Seems to work for me with no issues at all.

    Thanks for all the hard work on this Andy and team, you’ve done something pretty amazing here and you need to know that it’s appreciated!

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