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Add me to that question also. I have been playing around with this for some time trying to figure out how I can integrate the two separate profile systems. Is there a reason for the redundancy? I am particularly worried that people will change their “Website” field in the WordPress profile, messing up the link which Buddypress uses. I don’t want to disable the user profile on WordPress, but it is definitely a problem.
I am having the same issue. I tried putting an import directive into the wp-admin.css file, but it didn’t work.
Resolved. I rebuilt the theme. Still don’t know what the problem could have been.
Not trying to bump here, but I thought I should mention, the problem seems to definitely be in the modified Home theme. When I switch to the default BuddyPress Home theme, it works okay.
I think the problem is the same as I was having. It is a known incompatibility bug between WPMU 2.8.1 and BP 1.0.2. Instead of member themes, the settings box is displaying the list of home themes.
The only workaround I found was to go directly into the database and change the member theme.
Yes, I want to go to the blog. I think I’ve figured out a work-around.
I too am confused about this. “BuddyPress > General Settings > Select theme to use for BuddyPress generated pages” just gives me a list of my regular installed themes (minus bphome), but there are no “member” themes in the list. Is this a bug?
The problem is, I want “Home” for the logged in user to be their personal chosen blog page, instead of the main blog. I don’t know how to do this except to call the url with a wordpress php function.
I don’t see how Buddypress is using this field. When I change it to a different url in the backend, Buddypress member links still take me to their profile. Or, is it used in some other way?
Thanks, Mariusooms. That code worked beautifully to get the wire posted. But how about the form to write to the wire? Any ideas on how to do that?
I’ve tried this. It doesn’t work and breaks the template.