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  • Venutius
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    @venutius

    the line esc_html__( ‘%1$s started the topic %2$s in the forum %3$s’, ‘bbpress’ ) presents the phrse “started the topic in the forum” to WP translation as part of the bbpress translation component. This means that you can create you own translation (alternative text) for the bbpress string using poedit and maybe WPT Custom MO File in order to get your system to use your translation for your site.

    See https://codex.buddypress.org/translations/ and https://codex.buddypress.org/getting-started/customizing/customizing-labels-messages-and-urls/ obviously these pages are for BuddyPress, not bbPress but it’s the same principle.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Couldn’t you just change that via translation?


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Could you do this using BP Follow?

    If it does not give notifications for new posts you can add a quick function for that.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Unable to reproduce this, did you deactivate the other plugins and try a default theme?


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    I tested it a couple of weeks ago and it worked fine, give it a try, it’s a pretty simple plugin.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    this might be closer to what you are looking for: https://wordpress.org/plugins/buddypress-verified/


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    I don’t think there’s a plugin for this, you’d really have to write something dedicated to your site, maybe a widget which detects the pages and offers context specific help.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    How did you get on? Did it do the same?


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    I’d be looking to isolate the various components that you are using to try to work out what is causin this. As it stands BP does not duplicate the subject line for it’s emails so it looks like it’s to do with something else.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    I’m not able to recreate your issue, I suggest you try deactivating all other plugins and run with the 2017 theme to see if that changes the behaviour.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Not sure what could be causing that. IF you run it with only BuddyPress running and with the 2017 theme, does it still do that?


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Which mentions dropdown are you talking about? As far as I’m aware the members page drop down only has three options: Last Active, Alphabetical and Newest Registered.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    By the looks of things you have changed the size of the avatars. and since you have not updated that avatars themselves they are showing pixelated – trying to display a 200px image as a 580px image.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    For bug reports there is https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ by default BP does not use the email address to create the username. If your site is doing that then something is changing the default behaviour of BuddyPress.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    BP essentally uses the same login as WordPress, there’s a lot of ways of customising it though, depending on your knowledge. There’s various custom login plugins, including Theme My Login, which allows you to change a lot of the login functionality.

    BuddyPress provides the following
    Extended User Profiles
    Groups
    Messaging
    Friends
    Activity

    Forums can be added to groups if you install bbPress.

    For standalone forums you only need bbPress


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    If you just want a forum, you should be looking at bbPress. BuddyPress does not come with a forum, it uses bbPress to add forums to groups but adding BP on it’s own won’t give you forums.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    What you could do is use something like https://wordpress.org/plugins/all-404-redirect-to-homepage/ and configure that to redirect ll 404’s to the login page.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    It’s safe to deactivate BuddyPress, you will lose the BP features but they will come back after you reactivate the plugin, so you can do it quickly to test then reactivate it.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Actually, that does not work, I must have it wrong. The easiest way is to go to your menu edit page, and select profile in the BuddyPress options, these may be hidden so you will need to go to screen options and select BuddyPress


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Ah so you want to add a link to the users profile in your menu?

    I think you can add a link yoursite.com/profile/me which would link to the logged in users profile.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    https://github.com/sbrajesh/buddypress-remove-xprofile-fullname-field

    This plugin does something similar, you might like to check it out


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Mind, I’ve just looked on my server and I can see in the signup db that the activation key for the user is held there. So you could overload the activate template page and add a check to see if that key has been used.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    That’s not a feature that is supported right now. The issue is that bp does not store the activation code for the user, so it can’t look up the activation code and know it’s the right one but has already been activated for that user. I think you would need to raise a feature request on Trac for that.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Sounds like either your permalinks are not setup correctly or you have custom rewrite rules that are impacting the bp pages.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    With bp you can overload the user profile pages and replace their code with your own. The templates are located in the plugins/buddypress/bp-templates directory, either bp-legacy or bp-nouveau depending on your config. in that directory you would look in buddypress/members/single and you will see the various profile templates. You overload these by creating alternative files in themes/my-child-theme/buddypress/members/signle/ etc..

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