bbPress 2.6.2 fixes 5 more small bugs that were reported by community members in our support forums:
- Hierarchical replies in threaded discussion topics were broken for sites that were enabling the visual editor, so we unbroke it.
- Sites with custom
bbpress.cssfiles were not having their custom styling applied in some cases. We fixed at least one case that we could find. Let us know if this is still not working correctly for you.
- BuddyPress Notifications stopped working completely, but that wasn’t on purpose so we made them work completely again.
- The “Edit” part of a URL pattern was not customizable inside of Forum Settings. Now it is!
- One of the repair tools had a typo in it, so we untypo’ed it.
Thanks to everyone in the forums for being persistent and helping us identify all these annoyances.
We’re going to continue minor releases as bugs get reported and fixed. The team is committed to making sure your forums are running as smoothly as can be, so don’t be surprised if you see 2.6.3 soon too! 🐝
It all goes in the right direction, the site is getting better. The forum is running more smoothly. Maybe someday there will also be options to change the size of the text – so that it is not so tiny.
Thank you guys for this great update, I can’t to use this update on my gaming website 🤗🎮
Wow! So that’s the bug that was causing my custom CSS via a plugin to be overridden by a CSS file within BuddyPress. I didn’t know there were bugs with this plugin,–after I first used this plugin.
After the Buddyapp child theme update (I think) I have had incredible problems with my web site, it appears there is an infinite redirect loop that aborts display of the home page. I have searched everywhere to find it, and put the login redirect to default, but nothing helps. Any advise please? Everything worked fine for several years until this.
Aah! now I inactivated BP Registration Options, and the problem disappeared!
thank you for this update, waiting for more features
Unfortunately my custom css-file is still not working. I’ve put the custom bbpress.css file in my child theme directory in a folder called ‘css’, is that still the way to go?
Yes, it is. Please start a topic in the support forums, so we can better help you. Sorry for the trouble!
Thank you for a great job. I was waiting for this update.