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  • eduardosilva
    Participant

    @eduardosilva

    Greetings,

    I noticed that when someone (normally the admin), edits a post, the post goes to the wrong position on the topic:

    Example:
    TOPIC A
    - Post 1
    - Post 2
    - Post 3
    - Post 4

    If I edit the Post 2, next time I open the topic the order will be:
    TOPIC A
    - Post 1
    - Post 3
    - Post 4
    - Post 2

    Is this a feature or a bug?
    If it’s a feature, is there any way to disable it?

    Thanks!

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  • kellbot
    Participant

    @kellbot

    I have the same problem (including all posts classed .even) on two very different setups, here’s what I’ve got:

    Environment 1:
    * WordPress 3.8
    * bbpress 2.5.2
    * CentOS (Linux)
    * Apache / cpanel
    * heavily customized theme loosely based on Twenty Twelve
    * PHP 5.4.19
    * tons of plugins, many custom, major ones include buddypress and w3total cache

    Environment 2:
    * WordPress 3.7
    * bbpress 2.5.2
    * Ubuntu (Linux)
    * Apache (no cpanel)
    * bbpress Twenty Eleven (a child theme of Twenty Eleven with small adjustments for better bbpress integration)
    * php 5.3.10
    * no plugins except w3total cache

    Both sites have reply threading enabled.


    Morgan Kay
    Participant

    @gwendydd

    Here’s my setup:

    WordPress Version: 3.8
    bbPress Version: 2.5.2
    Operating System: Linux
    Web Server: Apache
    Theme: Twenty Twelve child theme
    PHP Version: 5.3.3

    Thanks for looking into this!


    Jeri
    Participant

    @jgilao

    @netweb

    Here’s my setup:

    Wordpress version: 3.8
    bbPress version: 2.5.2
    Operating system: Linux
    Web server: Apache
    Theme: html5blank
    PHP version: 5.3.3
    Notable plugins: w3tc, buddypress, jetpack, gravityforms, wordpress seo

    Thanks!


    kj24
    Participant

    @kj24

    I have the same problem: http://kjanime.net/topic/j-music/ :(.

    kj


    kj24
    Participant

    @kj24

    Here’s my setup:

    Wordpress version: 3.8
    bbPress version: 2.5.2
    Operating system: Linux (Debian 6 32bits)
    Web server: Nginx
    Notable plugins: buddypress, jetpack, GD bbPress Tools, Platinum SEO Pack, WPBase-Cache

    Thanks for all the reports and not as I hoped in that it doesn’t look like there is a common denominator between you all except to say you all use WordPress & bbPress :(

    I still can’t reproduce the error and share your frustration and we’ll keep trying to find this nasty little bug and get it fixed ;)


    axelts
    Participant

    @axelts

    I have the same problems from October, updating WordPress and Bbpress in this months doesn’t take any difference. I did a similar solution as pointed above from “Ronthai”, I’ve disabled the “Setting->Forum->Reply Threading” check. The order come back normal but you don’t have nested reply. My solution (as some post above) was to install this small plug-in to add a Quote link: http://wordpress.org/plugins/bbpress-direct-quotes/

    I write down my setting for debug propose:

    Wordpress: 3.8 (bug present also on 3.7)
    Bbpress: 2.5.3 (bug present also on previous version)
    Template: NewsPlus
    Apache version 2.2.23
    PHP version 5.2.17
    MySQL version 5.5.34-MariaDB
    Architecture x86_64
    Operating system linux


    Anthony Martin
    Participant

    @tromino

    The same thing happens to me too.
    It does look like it only happens when I enable threaded replies, though.


    JiveDig
    Participant

    @jivedig

    Same issue here.

    WP: 3.8
    bbPress: Version 2.5.3
    Genesis Framework with customized Magazine Pro theme

    I also have threaded replies enabled.

    Frustrating issue… do we have any hope of squashing this bug?


    cms168
    Participant

    @cms168

    Same here too.

    WP: 3.8.1
    bbPress: 2.5.3
    Buddypress: 1.9.1

    Just noticed it tonight after upgrading WP, something with 3.8.1??


    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    This is helpful; we really want to get this fixed.

    Are y’all editing replies admin side, or theme side?

    Hi JJJ, @JiveDig and I are working on the same project. Typically we’ve been editing replies on the theme side and not the admin side. Is that not the correct way to do it?


    shanebp
    Participant

    @shanebp

    Same issue here.

    The bug is related somehow to the ‘reply threading’ option.

    It makes that option un-usable because any edit to a reply pushes it to the bottom and destroys the threading. Any threaded replies become ‘flat’.

    WP 3.8
    BP 1.8.1
    BB 2.5.1

    Editing on the front end.

    Another issue:

    If you turn off threaded replies, the ‘reply’ link still appears on the right side for each reply. If you click it, it reloads the whole page!

    If you turn off threaded replies, the ‘reply’ link should be removed.


    shanebp
    Participant

    @shanebp

    Ticket created:
    https://bbpress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2540

    See: https://bbpress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2397

    Mod: I edited the link to point the existing Trac ticket we have.

    @shanebp wrote:

    Another issue:

    If you turn off threaded replies, the ‘reply’ link still appears on the right side for each reply. If you click it, it reloads the whole page!

    If you turn off threaded replies, the ‘reply’ link should be removed.

    This is pretty much covered in (I think) https://bbpress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2509


    Kris35
    Participant

    @kris35

    I’m having the same problem. Have a coder on it so will post the results hopefully when its fixed. The only thing I can think of is I redid my forum categoroes the other day. I changed them from being forums of a parent forum into being forums with no parent. I made them stand alone forums and those are the ones Im having trouble with.

    @kris35 wroite... I changed them from being forums of a parent forum into being forums with no parent. I made them stand alone forums and those are the ones Im having trouble with.

    I just tried this.

    From:

    - Parent Forum
    -- Child Forum

    To:

    - Parent Forum
    - Child Forum

    Everything still works for me as expected. (i.e. It did not force the bug in this thread) :(


    Kris35
    Participant

    @kris35

    Mine has been fixed and this is what it was: I had to go into the backend and edit the “Reply To” box to zero. In the right hand column you have Forum, Topic, Reply To. I changed Reply To to zero.

    My coder then went into my database and found 34 posts from over 15600 replies that were locked.

    This is what he said:

    There are 68 replies to replies and 68 of them are locked this way
    For now I can’t tell exactly why this happening, but it surely does not happen too often.

    So generally users can reply to a post or to another reply, but sometimes a reply hangs to itself.

    Not sure if this helps anyone?

    One of my test sites is now the same as everyone else’s in this thread :)

    Will go some analysis of what I just did to make this happen and all of the components involved.

    Fingers crossed I’ll find something quickly and we can get this fixed soon :)

    Edit: False alarm, it’s isnt actually doing it, different bug, but still investigating all the same.

    @kris35 wrote… There are 68 replies to replies and 68 of them are locked this way

    This shouldn’t be an issue unless edit_lock has incorrect timestamps.

    @kris35 wrote… I had to go into the backend and edit the “Reply To” box to zero.

    We have just done some testing trying to reproduce “Incorrect Reply To’s” but couldn’t.

    Setting them to 0 will force the replies to be ‘Not Threaded’ and sorted by date (default)

    @shanebp wrote… …any edit to a reply pushes it to the bottom and destroys the threading. Any threaded replies become ‘flat’.

    I can’t reproduce this, any edit I make to a ‘threaded reply’ in the frontend or backend keeps the correct ‘replyto’ value and works as expected.


    Kris35
    Participant

    @kris35

    I can confirm this has just happened to me too. My edited post jumped to the bottom of the thread. Whats going on?

    In reply to eduardosilva.


    Kris35
    Participant

    @kris35

    And thanks Stephen for trying to figure out what it is. Forgot my manners in my mini panic. I set the reply to zero and it has gone back to the correct place. No idea!!


    arielmeadow
    Participant

    @arielmeadow

    This is agonizing! Any progress on getting this fixed? It’s a major bug for me


    dzpoa
    Participant

    @dzpoa

    Hi all. Same here. This fixed the problem. Place inside the functions.php:

    function custom_bbp_has_replies() {
        $args['orderby'] = 'ID';
        $args['order'] = 'ASC';
        return $args;
    }
    add_filter('bbp_before_has_replies_parse_args', 'custom_bbp_has_replies' );
    
    function custom_bbp_show_lead_topic( $show_lead ) {
        $show_lead[] = 'true';
        return $show_lead;
    }
    add_filter('bbp_show_lead_topic', 'custom_bbp_show_lead_topic' );

    Kris35
    Participant

    @kris35

    Thanks for the code dzpoa. Has anyone else tried it? I haven’t had any problems since but thats because (I think) I’ve taken out my members ability to correct their posts. I daren’t go in and edit any myself but luckily I haven’t had to yet.

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