gpress 0.2.4.2.2 profile map
This “WP 3.0.1 – BP 184.108.40.206 – IE8″ works fine for me – no problem…
This means its must probably be a conflict with another plugin you are running…?
Could you deactivate all plugins other than BuddyPress and gPress and confirm if it works or not…?
If it does, you simply need to re-activate each plugin, one by one until you can isolate exactly which plugin is causing the problem – at that point, I can download the plugin and test locally to try to debug…
i have the same issue. WP 3.0.1 – BP 220.127.116.11 and GP 0.2.4.2.3 the map doesnt show under settings > geo but its still there under profile.
the search for location doesnt work anymore. so you can’t add a location for a new user.
i deactivated all plugins and no luck.
Am hoping gPress 0.2.4.3 fixes these issues – please confirm…?
@cezar – FYI – this version also introduces location settings for the BuddyPress sign-up process…
still not sorted unfortunately. same as before. shows in profile not under settings. i will look into the sign up link. to me its great news.
thanks for the news.
Was this problem fixed with the most recent version…?
Perhaps this is related to the other problem, where the GPRESS_URL is not being defined…?
Does the source code show correct links the JS files on the page…?
here is the source code of the register page for example. you can see what the output is. maybe you can figure where the problem stems from.
You also have 2 copies of jQuery 1.4.2 – one from the theme and one from gPress. There is a option gPress Option to turn-off jQuery – this might help?
Other than that, the source code looks fine – I can’t find any problems with it, all JS and CSS is loaded as its supposed to be, so I’m at a bot of a loss here….
Are you running it online, in the root of a domain, a sub-domain, or locally?
There’s no errors right, it just does show, even though it shows in the source?
Does all of it show but the map does not start, or can you see nothing at all…?
Hey Mark – me again. I have the same issues with the all-up-to-date basic configuration. Actually the map just doesn’t load in the register-process and when trying to configure the primary profile location. Adding places and locations to posts – however – works fine. BuddyPress and gMaps activated exclusively, tried all switches in the admin panel back and forth.
Referring to your last questions, you may see the output at http://jobscope.de/register/
If it helps, I could provide admin access, the project is at very early stage…
Yes – it appears gPress is not loaded the gmap.js file, which seems to be a problem several people are having at the moment but is not happening on my installs.
When I view your source, the strange thing is I see the include path in the source:
But when I try to check it, I get a 500 Error – as are other people…
Could you confirm if gmap.js is in the location it says it should be…?
I am beginning to think that maybe the file got corrupt or something when getting uploaded, otherwise I’m at a complete loss as to why this is happening…
After checking repository, I discovered that the “gmap” folder was missing, so was right in assuming that the file got somehow corrupted – am re-tagging new version and uploading now – hope it fixes your problems – please let us know ho wit goes with 0.2.4.3.2
Actually, I’m having trouble uploading a version where the folder shows-up, very strange indeed. Must be something wrong with my SVN set-up – so am going to investigate that instead. BRB (I hope)
Hi – sorry for the delay: nope, the folder ‘gmap’ doesn’t exist… so, SVN just swallows yummy gmap-folders – cool
Yeah – turns out the last 3 versions were missing the folder – and I was really starting to scratch my head as to why people were having problems. Hope the new version is working and look forward to helping with “real” problems in the future!
Let us know if the issue is resolved and I can close this topic…
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