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Does anyone know if TinyMCE Advanced works with WP 3.5 and BBpress 2.2.3?
Is ckeditor compatible with the latest version of BBpress?
Note–it is not just Ultimate that is broken–the kitchen sink buttons also no longer work.
In addition, text pasted in from Word now has all kinds of bizarre formatting preserved.
It makes the editor pretty useless. Is there an alternative out there?
Can one use the plugin “Advanced TinyMCE Config”? I tried to use it to set “teeny” to “false”, but it didn’t change anything.
Any advice will be much appreciated.
I am probably being dumb, but I tried installing tinyMCE Advanced, and still could not see any new functions. The functions that I am most interested in include indentation and font colors. Any help will be appreciated.
I have some more information–I hope that someone can help me.
The problem is to swap the default behavior and make return give a br tag and
shift return give a p tag. The TinyMCE wiki http://www.tinymce.com/wiki.php/Configuration
seems to say that is the way to do it is by setting forced_root_block to false.*
However, when I tried that using the Advanced TinyMCE Configuration plugin by Andrew Ozz , I found:
If I use it to set forced_root_block to false, nothing changes. If I set forced_root_block to true, which I expected to do nothing, it breaks the editor: The buttons don't work, and anything that I type into the Visual editor gets wiped out when I switch to html. If I set forced_root_block to just a space, when I typed in test test test test test test it produces the following html: < >< >test <!-- --> test test test test test which displays as test test test test test test after submitting. Finally, if I set forced_root_block to div, when I typed in test test test test test test it produces test test test test test test which displays as test test test test test test and there seems to be no way to produce a break.
I hope that this data is useful. ANY help would be GREATLY appreciated.
You might try the plugin: bbPress Email Notifications
I’m not using it, but I think that I once looked at it, and it does what you want.
Jezza101, did you have a look at the source code for these two plugins:
Are they any help?
Poking about some more, I see that the widget displays the freshness, but the order is given by the initial posting date. I guess that is a consistent if somewhat unintuitive behavior. It would be great to be able to show the posting date instead of the freshness.
Should I submit a bug report? How would I do that?
I found out something about the new posts feature–it is built into PunBB, which seems to be an alternative to BBPress. Probably useless information
You don’t need to know very much–I know almost nothing. Look at the layout tab–it shows you the spacing. You can type in the fields and change the numbers and see what that does. Then you go to the style tab and see what CSS it generated, and then add it to the custom CSS for your theme. I had a problem trying to expand the content pane on my pages; I got all kinds of expert suggestions, but none of them worked. Then I used firebug–magic!
Try the members plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/members/
Have you tried firebug? It’s a debugging plugin for firefox, and I was able to fix some spacing problems with a custom CSS stylesheet though I know nothing about CSS–firebug is brilliant.
Tanya, I found a WP site that seems to have what you want–I’ve asked the owner what he uses to do it: Forum with new topics button
I’ve asked the owner what s/he uses; no reply yet, but I’m hopeful. The owner has answered a bunch of my questions very efficiently and accurately.
- This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by Starejosel.
I am looking for a plugin that shows each user which forums have topics and/or replies that they haven’t read, preferably just by showing them in bold. Would this plugin do that?
Just upgraded to 2.1.2 and it works perfectly! Thanks for all your work!
It turned out that the solution was to use the WP htaccess Control plugin and use it to install a custom .htcaccess file with a rewrite rule
(using the pretty url’s generated by the permalinks):
RewriteRule author/([^/]+)/?$ http://yourspecificwebsitename/forums/users/$1/ [R=301,L]
Can you tell me how to install your tweak? I am using just the standard Admin tools, and there seems to be no automatic way to reinstall a plugin that isn’t updated.
Sorry for being such a newbie.
I am happy to try to help and sort this out, but I need instructions about what I should be checking to see if this is a specific issue at my site or more general. Is there any information that I can supply?
the widget doesn’t even show up for non-users. It works fine once you log in.
I recalculated private and hidden forums. The Forum List widget still works only when I am logged in. It should be at the top of a sidebar on the right hand side. The website is here:
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for the links–I had found 2/3 of them; as far as I can see, none of the three help with my problem–though the support forum confirms that others are seeing the same issue. Any help would be appreciated.