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bbPress 2.3.2 now available

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  • Nice version, More fixes… Better bbPress :)


    Tbermudas
    Participant

    @tbermudas

    The changes on visual editor (2.3.1, 2.3.2) breaks Ckeditor compatibility.


    panagos13
    Participant

    @panagos13

    The changes on visual editor (2.3.1, 2.3.2) breaks ultimate tinymce compatibility.


    panagos13
    Participant

    @panagos13

    Any news?I’ve managed to solve the issue at version 2.3.1 but now i’m experiencing the same problem again at the latest version


    Ravi Kasarla
    Participant

    @kasarlaravi

    this version not supporting Userid based URLs

    http://bbpress.org/forums/topic/custom-profile-page-url/


    pocome
    Participant

    @pocome

    Here comes a hugely disappointed bbPress user of just a few hours. I was so excited to have found a bb seemingly meant to integrate well with WP. What a pain this thing is. The only easy part is to get the plug in and see it in the back end, after that it is mostly an illogical disaster, from the basics (like trying to figure out how to see the forum), to making it work with a theme, to tweaking a theme, to trying to make some sense of bb structure etc. I think the developers have taken a completely wrong route to make things work, with too much of WP back-end reuse without giving it a second thought of how it was going to be implemented, and then used by the followers. I am yet to find ONE board that looks half as good as majority of other free bb software out there. It is sad, that a team responsible for WP development would drop a ball to this degree.

    My excitement lasted just a few hours, I even started participating in the translation routine, but unfortunately I don’t see how it is worth it.


    Allan
    Participant

    @adcurtisshawca

    On one of my posts the background header colour is showing on the Breadcrumb line and where there are links … it makes them unreadable, other posts are fine. Seems it is assigning the formatting incorrectly.

    On the demo site the avatars are nice and small on my site they are much larger causing a very untidy layout.

    How are these edited .. can not use as it is.

    Allan


    Abhinab Choudhury
    Participant

    @abhinabchoudhury

    I am Currently using vbulletin for my Webmaster Forum website. I would like to shift to bbPress. I want to know is there any support available for auto link conversion such as ones available by other forum software?

    Regards.
    Abhinab Choudhury


    Trompe_Loeil
    Participant

    @yvesart

    Can someone tell me how to report a copyright infringement to Worldpress?


    Shmoo
    Participant

    @macpresss

    What do you mean ?

    You can do whatever you want with WordPress + bbPress it’s Open Source Software.


    gowdemon
    Participant

    @gowdemon

    That is pretty cool. I am new to bbPress. Do i just upgrade to the latest version automatically, just like WordPress?


    OC2PS
    Participant

    @sooskriszta


    jennylee1988
    Participant

    @jennylee1988

    It’s cool, I used this fix in zencart, it’s nice, you can see it Timberland Paris blog. perfect!


    rickyprueba
    Participant

    @rickyprueba

    :)


    beenle
    Participant

    @beenle

    fantastic


    xejarque
    Participant

    @xejarque

    good news!


    SiliconBard
    Participant

    @siliconbard


    kiagua
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    @kiagua

    I’m having an issue with bbpress. I’m not sure why this has started, but when the bbPress plugin is active, these two lines of text appear at the top of the screen when viewing the Dashboard and/or the website pages:

    Warning: in_array() expects parameter 2 to be array, null given in /data/15/2/29/3/2518166/user/2758606/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/includes/common/functions.php on line 1199

    Warning: in_array() expects parameter 2 to be array, null given in /data/15/2/29/3/2518166/user/2758606/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/includes/common/functions.php on line 1199

    We’ve updated our WordPress to version 3.5.2 and also updated bbPress to 2.3.2. We ran several other updates at the same time, and then the forums function stopped working.

    Any ideas of how I can fix this?


    Andy Smith
    Participant

    @andy-smith

    Hi,

    Fresh install of bbPress on a fresh install of WP3.5.2 is giving me the same as kiagua:

    Warning: in_array() expects parameter 2 to be array, null given in /abcde/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/includes/common/functions.php on line 1199
    
    Warning: in_array() expects parameter 2 to be array, null given in /abcde/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/includes/common/functions.php on line 1199

    Cheers
    Andy


    akgt
    Participant

    @akgt

    Why hasn’t bbPress 2.3.3 been released yet?


    akgt
    Participant

    @akgt

    Why haven’t bbPress 2.3.3 2.4 been released yet both look to be finished?
    tickets for the milestone are closed
    wordpress 3.6 is now out and so is buddypress 1.8


    liminjun88
    Participant

    @liminjun88

    Good News.


    Developer ICAN
    Participant

    @richardicanie

    Hi,

    I’m getting this same error ..

    Wordpress 3.6
    BBPress 2.4

    Warning ..

    Warning: in_array() expects parameter 2 to be array, null given in [PATH]/wp-content\plugins\bbpress\includes\common\functions.php on line 1205

    Anyone able to help or suggest a fix?

    Thanks


    KorvinM
    Participant

    @korvinm

    I’m having the same problem as kiagua and Andy Smith
    WordPress 3.6
    bbPress 2.3.2

    exactly the same error message, referencing line 1199. Interestingly the warning shows up twice.

    Anyway, here’s the whole function which contains that line:`/**
    * Adds ability to include or exclude specific post_parent ID’s
    *
    * @since bbPress (r2996)
    *
    * @global DB $wpdb
    * @global WP $wp
    * @param string $where
    * @param WP_Query $object
    * @return string
    */
    function bbp_query_post_parent__in( $where, $object = ” ) {
    global $wpdb, $wp;

    // Noop if WP core supports this already
    if ( in_array( ‘post_parent__in’, $wp->private_query_vars ) )
    return $where;

    // Bail if no object passed
    if ( empty( $object ) )
    return $where;

    // Only 1 post_parent so return $where
    if ( is_numeric( $object->query_vars['post_parent'] ) )
    return $where;

    // Including specific post_parent’s
    if ( ! empty( $object->query_vars['post_parent__in'] ) ) {
    $ids = implode( ‘,’, array_map( ‘absint’, $object->query_vars['post_parent__in'] ) );
    $where .= ” AND $wpdb->posts.post_parent IN ($ids)”;

    // Excluding specific post_parent’s
    } elseif ( ! empty( $object->query_vars['post_parent__not_in'] ) ) {
    $ids = implode( ‘,’, array_map( ‘absint’, $object->query_vars['post_parent__not_in'] ) );
    $where .= ” AND $wpdb->posts.post_parent NOT IN ($ids)”;
    }

    // Return possibly modified $where
    return $where;
    }`

    line 1199:`
    if ( in_array( ‘post_parent__in’, $wp->private_query_vars ) )
    return $where;`

    This might sound like a wild hack in the dark but I thought I’d have a go at simply making the second parameter an array, like so:

    // Noop if WP core supports this already
    	if ( in_array( 'post_parent__in', array($wp->private_query_vars) ) )
    		return $where;

    and much to my surprise this seems to have solved the problem in as much as the error warning is gone and as far as I can tell so far, the two (private) fora I have set up seem to be running as normal.


    SidianMSJones
    Participant

    @sidianmsjones

    Always great to see more improvements. Thank you team.

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