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    spicycauldron
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    Aagh. Sadly I get SQL errors. But I can tell you the posts appear empty as well as closed in the forums, in line with your comments above. So thanks to you I know what’s going on and will try to get the other plugin developer to come take a look here. Thanks again!

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    spicycauldron
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    louisedade, thanks so much for getting back to me on this and yes, I’ve emailed the other plugin developer but no response as yet.

    I am enormously appreciative of you going to the trouble of working on a possible fix. I hear what you’re saying about your views on its chances, but I will give it a try and head back here to let you know if it works or no.

    Other than that, I only hope the BBPress Post plugin author gets back to me on this. But yeah, thank you!


    spicycauldron
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    I’ve got the newest version, but thank you. I will head over there.

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    spicycauldron
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    Hi there

    I installed both of these to my forums today and they look great and do exactly what they’re supposed to – but since installing I can no longer automatically cross-post blog entries to the forums using the bb Press Post plugin, http://dev.mbzeus.net/

    What happens is blog entries do appear on the forums but they appear as having been closed topics – though of course I didn’t close them – and I can’t open them up while nobody comment on them in the forums.

    Any ideas, please? I don’t want to undo the work I did today getting your plugins working on my forums but I do find the other plugin very useful and there’s no other out there as far as I am aware….?

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    spicycauldron
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    Hi there

    I think this is a fantastic plugin but for now I’ve had to disable use of it on my site forums. Why? Well I’m no dab hand at PHP but I do know it’s using the user_login to display users in the drop-down menu and what I want it to do is use display_name instead as, otherwise, my site login name is shown and I keep that deliberately long and complicated and it’s nothing like my display name, to help protect against anyone finding out my login details and getting into my blog admin.

    I run the bbpress plugin to use display names not login names but it has no impact on this plugin, so I was really hoping you might consider changing it, or producing a different version, that doesn’t use login names but uses display names instead in the drop-down menu that appears under forum posts?

    Many thanks for considering the change, as I really do think this plugin is fantastic – and I love the idea of ‘summoning’ people to topics!

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