Mike (@mac2net)

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  • Mike
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    @mac2net

    Thanks, but I finished and moved on. I tried and failed with several different approaches like this, but copying and altering 2 functions took less than 2 minutes as the //comments were clear about how to disable the AJAX.

    I took me almost 2 weeks part-time to customise the bbpress forum. I spent a lot of time messing with IDs and classes to target CSS changes and trying to figure out the proper code to modify defaults.

    For example finding the code to return just an “edit” for replies was a matter of great googling and some luck.


    Mike
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    @mac2net

    Hi Stephen
    I saw you are very helpful on the forum, but unfortunately I don’t comprehend most of your proposed solutions.

    I temporarily solved the problem by copying the functions:

    1. bbp_user_subscribe_link
    2. bbp_get_user_subscribe_link

    to my theme. Funny enough, even when I deleted the “|” from both functions it still appeared.
    But I noticed that the AJAX was triggered by $wrap = true in bbp_user_subscribe_link so I changed it to false and now I get what I want. I will wait patiently for the AJAX when it has more ammonia.

    Cheers
    Mike


    Mike
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    @mac2net

    BTW, Forum Subscribe is working exactly as I wanted Topic Subscribe to work as it doesn’t use AJAX.

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