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hopefully… can’t guarantee a timeline but i’m recovering my data and updating a few plugins for 1.5.*
Possible it would stop working – as I won’t be updating them right now for 1.2.8/3.1
i just chimed in with a statement here:
No technical issues (well besides my main machine taking a motherboard crash) – but the main reason is personal time commitments with the birth of my son. Maybe in a few months when the dust settles more and some time will clear up but right now with major wp/bp updates – my plugins need to be sorted for any errors/conflicts.
I do apologise, maybe someone can issue a few short term updates until I get my son up to par on programming
to get a list of groups which a member is a moderator/admin of try:
BP_Groups_Member::get_is_admin_of( $user_id )
BP_Groups_Member::get_is_mod_of( $user_id )
(returns an array with groups and total)
i would replace the settings ` ‘screen_function’ => ‘bp_core_screen_general_settings’ ` used in the nav_item with your own set of functions
category information is not stored in the activity stream (just blog_id and post_id)
ok – i’ll take a look in a few days. thanks for letting me know. (weird if there is a trailing slash then # – it works)
what version of bp and wp? as this might be severely out-of-date and not needed.
can use `groups_get_group` which returns a group object then pass the object to `bp_get_group_name`
noting the version of IE helps. just uses jquery but i tested with IE8/9 and works.
it doesn’t take in account the ajax that displays the update you just published. just the stale data at page load
there is no action to trigger on (though that wouldn’t allow you to overwrite a function – i don’t believe any “pluggable” functions exists in bp. action is just a hook point)
there is a filter on the return of that function though bp_core_get_username but passes the determined username
that limits HOW many members to display – not restrict the number members to join.
a cheap/simple method: if they share the same db – you could setup each wordpress instance to the same custom_user_tables
function groups_is_user_member( $user_id, $group_id )
well, your first question was about adding batch style via a db – if you looked how it called the class, you could pick up the raw sql instead.
that change is to a theme file – did your theme update as well? (or is it a child theme?)
IIRC – the bbpress tables store the username in another col (last_poster, topic_poster – or something like that) – this might be causing the issue.
try stopping the spammers from registering – topic covered in the past about different options
ah got it, looks like it was supposed to be fixed https://trac.buddypress.org/changeset/3053 (though i could see if the comments made it in prior to this change) file a trac ticket if you can reproduce it