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In reply to: Norwegian translationIn reply to: Themes for both WP and BBP?In reply to: bbpress API?
Nice, bbPress comes with a search function
Yes, I know, but the one I used in bb-twitter is not so “bad”. I just hooked in to the show avatar function, and made sure that it only shows on the profile page, and no other pages. And that is just to show the latest tweet from that user.
The admin/profile part is using the right hooks so the user can control the twittername and chose to show or not to show the tweet!
I really hope there will be some hooks/filters for the profile page one day
So I noticed. But I found a kind of dirty hack that I used in the bb-twitter plugin. It works, but it’s not the best way to do it
RuneIn reply to: bb-twitter – a Twitter plugin
Yea, well, me and the SVN running at bbPress.org is not friends
I will give it a try later!
RuneIn reply to: bb-avatars (gr)avatar plugin
Yea, I noticed
Just as I uploaded the plugin I read my emails.
But still, this also gives you control with the size of the gravatars (and identicons etc), and you can specify your own default image by stating an URI to the image, so hopefully it gives a bit more control!
RGIn reply to: Change Gravatar Size?
Well, if you like to hack you admin files, you can add the following code to the options-general.php file just after line 143, making this code start on line 144;
<?php _e('Gravatar Size:'); ?>
<select name="avatars_size" id="avatars_size">
$selected = array();
$selected[bb_get_option('avatars_size')] = ' selected="selected"';
<option value="16"<?php echo $selected; ?>><?php _e('16 px'); ?></option>
<option value="32"<?php echo $selected['32']; ?>><?php _e('32 px'); ?></option>
<option value="36"<?php echo $selected['36']; ?>><?php _e('36 px'); ?></option>
<option value="48"<?php echo $selected['48']; ?>><?php _e('48 px'); ?></option>
<option value="80"<?php echo $selected['80']; ?>><?php _e('80 px'); ?></option>
And in the bb-includes/template-functions.php file, after line 1198 you can add this;
$size = bb_get_option('avatars_size');
Then you can change the size in the admin section, and the correct size will show with the posts.
Or you can download the edited files here
RuneIn reply to: Upgrade problems (continued to fresh install)
On my site, the passwords don’t get “upgraded”. The Passwords are still the same “old” MD5, ant not the new type. And then you can’t log in…
To solve that, I created a new use, changed the password in the profile page, used phpMyAdmin to copy that password (the hashed one) to the keymaster user, and then I could log in with the keymaster user.
But I looking for a way to “upgrade” the password fields with new passwords for the rest of my users…
RGIn reply to: HACK: User avatar from WPMU Avatar Plugin
I’ve made a plugin to do the same. Makes it easy to show the avatar in posts and profile. It’s just to drop one line in e.g. post.php, and the avatars shows up.
You can check it out -> download.
RuneIn reply to: bbpress / wordpress avatar?