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Ah, I think I’ve figured out the problem (or at least a part of it?)
Apparently, WP 3.5 blew the Default BP theme out of the water — and replaced it with Twenty Twelve.
Now I’m searching where / how I can get the default BP theme installed again (?)
Well, when I do that, my subordinate blog logins don’t work — oh, I forgot to mention I’m also using domain mapping (maybe that’s why?)
I wanted to say that I found the problem (but only after re-installing )
It was that I had decided to use the activity stream as the homepage (which apparently doesn’t work?)
Yea, thanks both — I can’t figure out what I did wrong. I think maybe I put the domain mapping in mu-plugins, and then *after* the problem started I move it into plugins, but even if that doesn’t matter, I think there are simply too many variables in play. It’s a relatively new install, so I think I will just do it over. Will use 775, thanks.
Yea, I never really used it much… so I just decided to deactivate it + that cleared up this issue!
I seem to have a similar problem. After updating, I was asked to create pages (also for a “links”) plugin I’ve implemented (but not actually using much yet).
A “links” tab was created, but also a “links” link (off to the right, directly below the tabs and still within the header).
The tab points to “links/” and link points to “links” (no trailing slash).
I’m just ignoring it for now, but it looks very broken.
Oh, I just moved the line:
define( ‘BP_USE_WP_ADMIN_BAR’ , true);
down to *just above* the “stop editing” line — that seems to have fixed it
I think this instruction should be more prominently and explicitly displayed, because otherwise everything becomes very funky
Yeah, like what happens if a thermonuclear war breaks out before either this plugin or 1.2.7 are released — just think of all the missed opportunities if we aren’t able to build on privacy before all of humanity is eradicated! 😯
Now that you mention how difficult the coding could be — how about using the keyboard more?
I use accesskeys on a lot of my websites — the navigation is so much simpler + faster!
Cool, thanks — I’ve posted a somewhat more coherent version of the question here: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/397369
another tack: is there some reason why the activity listed under profiles is limited to 1 page (or however it seems to be limited)? Couldn’t that have pages back to previous activity?
(*thinks he sounds like a novice *)
oh, hmmm — I guess activity stream updates don’t really *have* permalinks?
Well, I just tried out the buddypress-like plugin … I’m assuming the same applies?
It would be simple enough if there were simply a permalink to the original buddypress status update in the activity stream, no?
Yea, that seems to sort of suck…
I mean if a forum post was made weeks ago + I would like to follow it via favorites, is that *impossible*? (or would I have to swim through all of the sitewide — ahem: Network-wide — activity first? O_O )
I had the same problem — activity link was the only one that worked.
I turned off backwards compatibility and now a lot seems to work — not sure about everything … but at least more than was working before.
Also, I noticed that I hadn’t activated default theme in the theme admin area — maybe that was also an element of it?)
ah, OK (thanks! )
I don’t see much of a reason to “upgrade” my IE (as I said, I rarely use it)
I’ve just noticed this problem while using IE too (I usually use FF).
The problem is that the username / alias doesn’t show up — instead, all you get when e.g. mousing over profiles is “Avatar Image” … perhaps this is due to the difference between IE / FF about which source to display for images (I think 1 uses alt tag, the other uses title tag)
This is a quite annoying bug — for IE users (since the problem doesn’t exist in FF)
Seeing as there are still HUGE numbers of IE users out there, I think this is a BIG problem.
I also think this would definitely be a nice feature
Also quite surprised 😯
Would be nice to be able to provide graphical links to blogs from the homepage. (somewhat hidden widget request
I think it would be good to set up separate blogs for separate languages — as in: if people don’t want the interface language to be different, then I expect they won’t want the discussions to be in a different language, either.
I tried WPML and it (or my hosting) is simply too slow. I just decided to set up separate blogs instead — and I hope I can install buddypress in 2 (or more) versions … I don’t think there’s an easy way of having 1 instance of buddypress work in English here, in German there, etc., right?
I haven’t been able to find much information about buddypress in German — I think I read the language files need to use the German buddypress (is that right? doesn’t really make sense to me)…
So, yea: I’m quite confused again… O_O