6 years, 9 months ago
This is still a problem in Buddypress 1.6.3. It makes having Mods pointless as they are cannot edit the group details or manage membership requests.
6 years, 10 months ago
Thanks. That means what is happening is correct then. A bit inconvenient that members of the group can only get to it by going to their ‘My Groups’ first or with the group URL.
It would be good if hidden groups were shown in the normal lists to people who are members of them, but I suppose it isn’t set up like that for efficiency reasons.
Just tried this on a test website with stock buddypress and no other plugins. The same thing happens.
WordPress 3.5, buddypress 1.6.2, bbpress 2.2.3 for group forums and main forums.
7 years, 6 months ago
Looks very nice. How have you managed to make some parts (like event details) members only?
7 years, 7 months ago
The cause was that it uses an outdated jQuery.
It was somehow being caused by the easing-slider plugin.
I am getting this error in the firebug console:
jq(“#activity-filter-select select option[value=”” + jq.cookie(“bp-activity-filter”) + “”]”).prop is not a function
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