Forum Replies Created
Figured out the problem myself..
I am using a theme (apparently) not updated for 3.6, so I copied the file “wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default/members/single/activity/permalink.php” to “wp-content/themes/frisco-for-buddypress/members/single/activity/” and it solved the issue.
The plugin has this setting, yes. (Screenshot at http://yn.yazzietech.com/data/Message_Attachment_Settings.jpg ) That is true, I am running on a Redhat Linux hosting account, so I figure block the scripts that could be executed on Unix and that would cover it. I suppose you could also change a file’s permission to 644 on Upload? What is annoying is this plugin prints the allowed types, resulting in nonsense like this: http://yn.yazzietech.com/data/BuddyPress_Messages.jpg
@modemlooper Thanks for your reply I believe what you suggested in the first place is possible, I just posted the entire PHP file at http://pastebin.com/WnpZsY1t – It’s the “actions.php” file from the “buddy press-messages-attachment” plugin. The code excerpt I posted was lines 47-50. Where would I embed the code you suggest to make this work out?
(( @bphelp You seem to be pretty knowledgeable, do you have any ideas regarding such an idea? ))
Well.. after doing a little research and not finding anything about that feature (and also wondering how it was there in the first place?), I was able to find a plugin that does the same thing that I was looking for:
@mercime Thanks for the quick response. Under a user’s Profile Settings their used to be this page called “Privacy” that allowed a user to pick what privacy setting that is used on Updates by default (Public, Logged In, My Friends, etc.). There also used to be a drop down box under the “Post Update” textbox that allowed per-update privacy settings. Suddenly both of those options are gone.. How do I get them back?