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Fixing BP Profile Privacy 0.2

  • Cam


    Like many other people, the move to WP 3.1 was a little hasty and while for me, I don’t think any plugins actually stopped working, I just lost most of my administration control panels.

    For BP profile privacy, I changed the following lines in bp-profile-privacy-core.php to the following:

    Line 29 is now: `add_action( ‘network_admin_menu’, ‘bp_profile_privacy_setup_globals’, 2 );`
    Line 43 is now: `add_action( ‘network_admin_menu’, ‘bp_profile_privacy_add_admin_menu’ );`

    I’m new to all of this so forgive me if something in this thread is not formatted correctly.

    Like many other people have already commented, Thank You Jeff @jeffsayre for making a great plugin. Your skills and abilities go way beyond mine and I am grateful for your volunteering in plugin development over the past few years.

    For the rest of us who are just using this plugin, hopefully this information will help us as we get integrated with WP 3.1.

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  • Cam


    It may be better to do the tip on BP development blog, but since I am running a multisite 3.1 BP install, I don’t need the backwards compatibility.



    I got this from your code.
    Warning: call_user_func_array() []: First argument is expected to be a valid callback, ‘bp_profile_privacy_setup_globals’ was given in /home4/techtro2/public_html/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 395

    Jeff Sayre


    You have created a new thread in the wrong plugin group. This group is for BP Privacy, the plugin that offers privacy for 4 of BuddyPress’ 6 components. What you are discussing is BP Profile Privacy, the plugin that focuses solely on offering profile privacy.

    Please continue your discussions on BP Profile Privacy’s Group forums.

    Since I cannot move this thread into the proper group’s forum, I’m closing this thread.

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