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Thats a good idea, I hadnt considered that. Shall have a look at it right now.
I’m using a plugin, within the plugin it asks you to assign an authors name to the submitted posts, which obviously is required for wordpress. On the frontend the name chosen by the author is displayed on the post using <?php the_author(); ?>.
I’m trying various ways around this, such as adding text to the content but I’m a total newbie with all coding and wordpress. I don’t care if the username is linked anywhere or any other information is displayed, I’d just like to be able to use the <?php the_author(); ?> line on the activity stream but I know its not that simple.
I was able to fix it, I was just using the wrong filename for the .po and .mo, which was probably a good thing as I was only changing the file for -en_GB and not the other languages.
Was going to come back and apologise but had my head stuck on something else..!
Made no progress, reported the bug now.
Yep. thank you very much.
Will take a look
There must be a way to have updates/posts with activity comments, which match the term searched for, appear at the same time as updates matching the search term.
me posted update
The behavior at the moment is to not load anything until the heartbeat/refresh kicks in, then it loads the result of the search, so it is finding the matching results in comments but for some reason delaying them being shown.
Never mind, I think I’ve done it, or rather it was doing it already, I just didnt test it correctly.
I suppose its not an issue for other people then, shame really as I would pay for the feauture, I’ve spent money on loads of less cool plugins.
I can block linking in the header via css but that’s not quite enough, I still want the author link to be clickable.
So you cannot get around it apparently via buddypress.
What I can do though is set up a form for users to submit posts to the site on the activity page, which they can do without being logged in, that appear on the activity stream. Comments from non logged in users should then appear on the stream aswell as threaded activity comments.
I just need a way to replace the activity comment form with the posts comment form, not an easy task by the goings of my trial and error so far lol
Yep. Thank you.
Next mission is to turn off the threaded comments in favor of having them in a stream.