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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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  • jimaroonie
    Participant

    @jimaroonie

    Just to add to this thread as I’ve been experiencing the same sort of issues with edited replies appearing at the bottom of the thread and some other anomalies regarding posts being given strange “Reply to” post numbers (too inconsistent to reproduce).

    All resolved for me by turning off the “Reply Threading” setting in Forums Settings. This also reactivated the paginating which hadn’t been working with this setting active.

    Not running anything unusual although someone mentioned php version which I know not to be the latest on our server. Details below:

    PHP Version: 5.2.5
    Wordpress Version: 3.8.1
    Active Theme: Twenty Fourteen 1.0

    bbPress 2.5.3 (active)
    BuddyPress 1.9.2 (active)
    Disqus Comment System 2.74 (active)
    Fourteen Colors 1.0.1 (active)
    Jetpack by WordPress.com 2.8 (active)
    Unconfirmed 1.2.3 (active)
    WP Approve User 2.3 (active)

    @dzpoa Are you using this with threaded replies enabled on your site?

    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' );

    dzpoa
    Participant

    @dzpoa

    @netweb No, i’m not using threaded replies. and “Forum root should show” is set to “Topics by Freshness”. It looks to me now that those settings fixed the issue, not the code :(


    arielmeadow
    Participant

    @arielmeadow

    So if I’m understanding correctly, the current work-arounds for this long-persisting bug are

    Disable threaded replies in bbpress

    OR

    Edit replies by going into the WP back-end, instead of editing via the convenient front-end interface

    I’m baffled that this bug has persisted for so long.


    lalarnz
    Participant

    @lalarnz

    We are also having the same issue with the replies. They are not in order. screencast.com/t/KjytGPXQ


    George Stephanis
    Participant

    @georgestephanis

    Just confirmed that deactivating threaded replies via Settings → Forums fixes the issue.


    George Stephanis
    Participant

    @georgestephanis

    @johnjamesjacoby — ping me on Skype if you’d like access to a gimmicked site to putter around with, It’s on DreamHost so I can get you SSH and WP-CLI to tinker with.


    wm
    Participant

    @webbmasterpianise

    I think I have the same issue here. Strange that the topics is not sorted by #ID ?

    Topic 1 last 3 replies:
    2014-04-01 kl. 21:17 #395
    2014-04-02 kl. 18:40 #445
    2014-04-01 kl. 22:31 #402

    Topic 2 last 3 replies:
    2014-04-01 kl. 13:32 #389
    2014-04-02 kl. 18:22 #443
    2014-04-01 kl. 22:43 #404

    WordPress Versions eg. 3.8.1
    bbPress Version eg. 2.5.3
    Operating System eg. Linux (Debian)
    Web Server eg. Apache
    Theme eg. Techism
    PHP Version eg. 5.3.28

    I can confirm that George Stephanis sollution to deactivating threaded replies in settings solved the problem.


    tza79
    Participant

    @tza79

    I can confirm that I have the same issue as well. If the threaded replies is enabled, I have posts that display out of date order. If I turn off threaded replies, then they display in the correct order. Has the bbPress team confirmed that this is a known bug they are working to solve?

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