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Instead of bbpress.php try bbpress-functions.php and see http://codex.bbpress.org/theme-compatibility/ for more info
Start by finding a WordPress theme and then you can customize bbPress to look the same as your WordPress theme http://codex.bbpress.org/theme-compatibility/
Read the docs http://codex.bbpress.org/getting-started-with-bbpress/
Try updating your permalinks as detailed in the FAQ http://codex.bbpress.org/faq/
Try repairing your forums http://codex.bbpress.org/repair-forums/
When you have admin or mod privileges you can ‘split’ a thread whilst viewing the topic which will convert a reply into a new topic.
eg. If you current thread has a topic called topic1 with three replies reply1, reply2 & reply3 you can split the thread into two by clicking ‘split’ on the reply2 it will show you a couple of options about the thread split and you will now have two threads the first with Topic1 & Reply1 and the second thread now has Reply2 & Reply3 though Reply2 has now been converted from a reply to a topic.
I have just created a ticket in trac http://bbpress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2021 and we will look into this as soon as we can.
Ahhh…. Try updating bbPress to 2.1.3 as it includes the fix for the Jetpack issue.
I am trying to repro it now… Not having much luck though!
What themes activated do you see this problem?
What themes activated do you NOT see this problem?
Do you see the correct toolbar on bbPress ‘Create Topic’ & ‘Create Reply’ regardless of the activated theme?
And is it the same behaviour with WordPress posts and pages?
No specific date yet though it is not far away…
Do you have any more detailed information on what might be causing the problem?
If we know what theme you are using, what versions of BuddyPress & WordPress you are using, a link to your site and any plugins that maybe causing a conflict we can try and find out what cause of the error is rather than you reverting to the older version.
Do you have the ‘Fancy editor’ setting checked in WP-Admin -> Settings -> Forums?
Use the ‘Import Forums’ tool in WP-Admin -> Tools -> Forums that is included with the bbPress plugin, it is based on bbConverter but has had quite a few improvements since the last release of bbConverter.
Oops! It looks like this patch did not make it into the 2.1.3 branch, it is ready to go in 2.2 for when it is released.
This markdown/code plugin here on bbpress.org has got to go or get fixed
With all that said though it should be working as is so if that doesn’t there might be another underlying issue that is stopping the pagination working on your site
Have a look in /wp-content/yourtheme/bbpress/loop-replies.php and make sure you have the following lines included which will then include the pagination links.
You should see respectively at the top (Trac Source)
and at the bottom of that code (Trac Source)
(The missing text when editing a reply is already patched for the next release)
Are you using custom templates (copied bbPress templates to your WordPress theme folder) or have you just tweaked the bbpress.css to match your theme?
Also what version of bbPress are you using?
Sorry about that, I’ll try to have a look at adding some extra docs on customizing that example.php to help others ‘roll their own’ importer.
Are the ‘missing pagination’ and ‘missing text when editing a reply’ custom template issues or do you think they are bbPress related?
This is fixed in the next release (any day now)
I’m not seeing this though I am running /trunk v2.2beta which has had a bit of an overhaul regarding the way ‘edit’ templates work. See http://bbpress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/1968
I had been down this path before and now have a patch and the key to it indeed was as you mentioned the before_link and after_link.
The patch is here with example code that should help you out rather that that ^^^ up there
I’m not sure why it is doing that, have you modified or using custom bbPress templates with your theme?
> How can I disable the redirection after the registration? It’s very
> annoying if the user the a login registration form with different
What about using the bbPress shortcodes for Login/Register? http://codex.bbpress.org/shortcodes