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  • alleycakes
    Participant

    @alleycakes

    I’m having an issue where if a user replies to a topic, they cannot see their own reply. They can see everyone else’s replies though. This happens to administrators as well as participants (I don’t have any other roles in use, so I haven’t checked those.)

    All replies show up in the dashboard too… they just can’t be seen on the front-end by the person that created the reply.

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  • Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    Not sure how much help I can be, but can you post a link to a forum thread where this is happening?

    and say which replies they can’t see – eg is it all their own replies, or just the first one?

    I’d also suggest eliminating conflicts by disabling all the plugins (except bbpress of course!) and seeing if the problem goes away. If it does, re-enable the plugins one by one to see which is causing the conflict.

    if the plugins are not the issue, then change to a default theme such as twentytwelve and see if it still occurs


    alleycakes
    Participant

    @alleycakes

    Actually, I found a thread that explains the issue better than I could when I first posted this. I’ve also updated it with more info:

    http://bbpress.org/forums/topic/new-topics-and-replies-not-showing-freshness-incorrect/

    It’s very strange.


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    Would be worth a try at

    Dashboard>tools>forums and click the first 6 with “recalculate” as the start

    It may be that it’s out of sync somewhere


    alleycakes
    Participant

    @alleycakes

    Just tried your suggestion and am still experiencing the same issue.


    alleycakes
    Participant

    @alleycakes

    Figured out the issue finally!

    Even though I had disabled WP Super Cache (along with the rest of my plugins) to see if that was the culprit, it seems it was still doing SOMETHING in the background. Here’s what I had to do:

    Uninstalled the plugin completely. FTPed in and made sure that wp-content/advanced-caching.php and wp-content/wp-cache-config.php were deleted along with everything else during uninstall.

    Opened up wp-config.php and deleted the two lines that were added by WP Super Cache (they’re noted and pretty obvious anyway).

    This seems to have done the trick. :)


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    great – glad you’re sorted!

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