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In reply to: Global AccessIn reply to: Specific User Write Access
I need to assign forums to specific users for them to post in those forums but not others.
Forum A – user 2 and user 5 can post to this forum and nobody else can. User 1,3 and 4 cannot post here. Everybody can read.
Forum B – user 1 and user 3 can post to this forum and nobody else can. User 2,4 and 5 cannot post here. Everybody can read.
Forum C – user 4 and user 1 can post to this forum and nobody else can. User 2,3 and 5 cannot post here. Everybody can read.In reply to: Comments are going out of order in new release
I am having the same issue all over my forums. We are using the latest versions of bbpress and BuddyPress.
Another thing I notices but was not suspicious of until now is that in the users list I see the normal users set to the default WP role of Participant. If I go into their profile the WP role is set to “-No role for this site-“. Nobody has complained about any issue though.
It is a new multisite. We do not have any role editing software installed at this time. Here is the list of all plugins/theme we are using:
InspireBook by rtCamp
rtMedia for WordPress, BuddyPress and bbPress
I found the issue. I had Auto role set to Automatically give registered visitors the participant forum role. Unchecking that resolved. I still don’t understand why, even if that was checked, that I could not assign a user a different role from participant.
I am having the same problem. I get this error while creating a group from website admin area. When I create group from there it takes me to the front end of website. I gives the error on “Step 3 Forum”.
Here is my setup:
BuddyPress Docs 1.4.5
BuddyPress Links 0.8.2
BuddyPress Social 2.0
BuddyPress Wall 0.8.2
Error Source Details:
Author The bbPress Community
Full Error Details
Type Fatal Error (E_ERROR)
Message Using $this when not in object context
Type Description This type of error indicates that PHP cannot continue to run the code. Typical causes of this type of error are code bugs that have typos, missing or incomplete files (such as a file that was only partially uploaded), and the code using more memory than it is allowed.