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If you have a child them, just added it to functions.php .. if you don’t, use something like “One-click Child Theme” plug in to create a child theme and then create a functions.php file and put it in there. For those of us use not very child-theme savy, note that while the style.css in the child replaces the parent theme (hence the import rule), the function.php file in the child is run in addition to and before the parent’s function.
Ok , so it’s a bit of physician heal thyself but here’s how I fixed in case other people are having the problem.
I found this:
which shows how to create a custom bbpress.css in 2.0 and later. Then I changed line 62 to be:
list-style-type: inherit /* was ‘none’ */;
(basically took out the none override for basic list elements).
Seems like overkill to have a complete copy of bbpress.css just to change one line but I could not find another place to override it. Tried playing around with trying a skeleton bbpress.css that @import’ed the default one but didn’t have much success with that.
Anyways, issue has been resolved, thanks!
Is there a workaround (I hope I’m not asking a boy if he knew anything about CSS, this would be obvious question)?
I stuck it in functions.php and it worked like a charm! Thanks so much!
I updated to bbPress 2.2.1 last night and had the same problem with Ultimate TinyMCE plugin. The plugin sued to work beautifully with bbPress, now I get the default fancy editor. I’m not a PHP guru so I’ve been trying to avoid messing around in the code as Michael suggests. Is there any other option to get that editor enabled (it does show up in the dashboard versions of new Topic and I miss the table drawer)