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  • -In case of confusion, I meant “Username Commented on the Blog Post *&&^”

    -Boone, great, found that.

    That’s odd then. Previously to 1.5, blog comments showed up in the AC, and I DON’T have multisite enabled.

    Switched to default theme, and yes the forum tab, and settings tab now work correctly.

    However, blog comments do not show up in the AC.

    I have created a Test Account on My Site called Test123 with password at “Test” you are free to access it if you would like at

    I don’t use multisite, however people using custom theme will indeed have the Forums Tab blank, because the template files in the template pack plugin aren’t there yet. I manually added the files, but, now I need to call them, which I will do sometime today.

    Blank settings tab, I’m not sure why that’s happening. Probably with a theme issue.

    Also, I’ve noticed that in 1.5, the option to choose the default avatar is gone, (wavatar, etc).

    Blog post comments don’t seem to want to show up either, i’ll switch to default theme and report back.

    Change all “is_site_admin” to “is_super_admin” for the current plugins:

    Here are the current issues on MY INSTALL.

    -Posting Updates returns double update on page refresh
    -Forums tab on profile returs blank
    -Settings Tab returns white screen of death

    So far, other issues return normal.

    Current Bugs with Plugins List for Plugin Developers:

    Boone Gorges Group Reviews: Warning: Attempt to assign property of non-object in /home/content/47/6114047/html/wp-content/plugins/bp-group-reviews/bp-group-reviews.php on line 225

    Buddypress Links: Fatal error: Call to undefined function is_site_admin() in /home/content/47/6114047/html/wp-content/plugins/buddypress-links/bp-links-classes.php on line 732

    Buddypress Like: Fatal error: Call to undefined function is_site_admin() in /home/content/47/6114047/html/wp-content/plugins/buddypress-like/bp-like.php on line 248

    Buddypress Group Forum Extras: Fatal error: Call to undefined function is_site_admin() in /home/content/47/6114047/html/wp-content/plugins/buddypress-group-forum-extras/bp-forum-extras.php on line 81

    Transpoosh Translation Filter issue when “Load More” is clicked: Warning: Missing argument 2 for transposh_3rdparty::bp_get_activity_content_body() in /home/content/47/6114047/html/wp-content/plugins/transposh-translation-filter-for-wordpress/wp/transposh_3rdparty.php on line 116

    Those are all the fatal errors right off the bat, I’ll let you know with other issues.

    Oops! The errors were because the plugin wasn’t named “Buddypress”

    Duh! False Alarm! I’ll let you guys know later on how it goes!

    Deactivate all plugins- more than likely it’s a plugin thats creating a query conflict.


    DO NOT duplicate topics, creating multiple topics will diminish your chances of getting support.

    Please post this issue in the plugin’s group forum (

    You are perfectly capable of searching for the plugin you want, the bp list of plugins are here:

    Also, it might be worth searching on google also

    Why is it really a “Problem”? per say? The apostrophe just means it’s plural.

    Glad it worked for you ;)

    looks too complex for me but thanks for replying. I’m an absolute beginner with code I’m afraid.

    If you’re editing Html, than your already intermediate :)

    See where it says “Site Activity”? Change that! ;)

    By default, yes.

    If it’s simply ‘Not Appearing’, than there is a jquery conflict. Check for plugins, and for any jquery inserted into the php file that might be conflicting.

    Isn’t it easier to just edit the template file in my opinion?

    Go to your current theme’s activity/index.php and change the


    Site Activity


    To whatever.

    I would say something else, but fellow Mercime has covered just about everything. :)

    This is what I use on my site. Insert this in your post-form.php:

    `$(‘textarea’).each(function() {
    $(this).data(‘default’, this.value);
    }).focusin(function() {
    if ( this.value == $(this).data(‘default’) ) {
    this.value = ”;
    }).focusout(function() {
    if ( this.value == ” ) {
    this.value = $(this).data(‘default’);

    The above solution will work as well, but the text won’t re-appear if the user clicks off the textarea.

    Sorry, I don’t know why it does that with code tags.
    Put this:

    /* Inherit the default theme styles */
    @import url( ../../plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default/_inc/css/default.css );

    /* Inherit the default theme adminbar styles */
    @import url( ../../plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default/_inc/css/adminbar.css );

    Do you have template pack installed? If you do, all the files you need to edit are currently in your theme folder via FTP.

    For example, yourtheme/members/single

    To edit styles, template pack, or buddypress doesn’t add any styles to buddypress by default. You can add them by adding this to your current CSS.

    `/* Inherit the default theme styles */
    @import url( ../../plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default/_inc/css/default.css );

    /* Inherit the default theme adminbar styles */
    @import url( ../../plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default/_inc/css/adminbar.css );`

    Then, of coarse, edit the CSS to what you like.

    Ggortan, do you have jetpack installed?

    I have noticed many problems with jetpack causing memory errors.

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