bbPress 2.3.1 now available!
Drop feedback about bbPress 2.3.1 here!
See the 2.3.1 milestone on Trac for changes.
From the blog post:
Also in bbPress 2.3.1, we’ve disabled the use of WordPress’s visual editor (aka TinyMCE.) The HTML editor is still available, and works extremely well. If you want to enable the visual editor again, we’ve added a code snippet to the codex that will turn it back on for you.
I have installed the update in my tester site and I have lost the visual editor, also the “Ckeditor for wordpress plugin” seems to be not compatible.
I’m getting a header already sent issue when I’ve got both bbpress 2.3.1 and Jetpack 2.3 activated. The error mentions that Jetpack has already sent the headers or something? (I know next to nothing about how to interpret those things.)
As @tbermudas I have also lost the tinyMCE editor on front-end.
I try to go back to version 2.3, but the zip file in WordPress repo for version 2.3 actually contains version 2.3.1. Where can I download version 2.3?
Unfortunately my bbPress does not allow admin to access settings anymore.
Forum is still publicly visible and it’s possible to post, but settings are “gone”.
I tried to figure out for 2 hours before writing here.
Wordpress debug says: PHP Notice: bbp_setup_current_user was called incorrectly. The current user is being initialized without using $wp->init().
There is no changelog. What’s changed?
There is a changelog, you just need to read the blog post this topic is connected to. 🙂
Or, even better, keep an eye on Trac if you’re concerned about the exact changes.
i’ve pasted in functions.php the code in the codex page to re-activate the editor and i’ve this error
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_VARIABLE
any help for this?
– bbPress 2.3.1 – WP 3.5.1 – Buddypress 1.7 –
When you change the FORUM ROLE any user via forum, then in the WordPress administration is forum rule unchanged, even though the user already has rights moderator or administrator. Can you change the forum role of the user via WordPress administration or not?
I tried to change the user role of the participant to moderator in the WordPress administration and nothing happened. I tried to change the role through the forum and role has changed, but the administration remained WordPress original role. Is this normal?
i’ve disabled and reactivated the bbPress plugin and now if i try to access the about, configuration etc i see the page with “you need autorization to access this page” i’m the administrator role on WP… and Keymaster on bbPress.
WP 3.5.1 – BP 1.7 and bbPress 2.3.1
how can i fix this?
another problem, if i try to reply to any topic i see the massage “Don’t have the permission to do that”
found the problem… All in One Seo Pack, is the problem, disabling this plugin bbPress work ok without problem.
Opened a support topic on plugin’s wporg forum
Good version, but it break some tiny things in posting unfiltered HTML and codes snippets, I wish to see bbPress 2.3.2 soon 🙂
I wonder why you didn’t give us some time to test Changeset 4867 ?!
Good version, but it break some tiny things in posting unfiltered HTML and codes snippets, I wish to see bbPress 2.3.2 soon
Same thing here, for example when trying to add class name for pre tag it breaks.
I would like to see an option on the settings page to turn on the visual editor instead of fidgeting around with placing code somewhere…
You’ll likely see a plugin popup in the WordPress.org repo soon that will prevent the need to deal with any code directly.
I’m hoping a Preview button could be added next since HTML editor is now the default.
Plugin that will add back the visual tab to the editor: bbPress Enable TinyMCE Visual Tab
No code required. Just activate and you’re done.
@julien1975 I’m having the exact same issues… No forums available for access from the admin panel, no “Forums” under tools or settings, absolutely no way to administrate the forums except from the front-end. I can’t deal with replies or topics on a bulk scale either now. REALLY hope this gets resolved soon.
It feels like every time I get bbpress situated, something else breaks…
My tech guy ran into the same problem and he got it fixed by running Tools > Forums > Repair Forums.
I never cared for the visual editor anyways, but the HTML form appears to now be stripped down.
Was header tag and other HTML support removed or is there something wrong on my setup?
UPDATE – I was able to edit the topic via the WP admin and get header and other HTML tags to work again.
I suspect it’s because it was an old topic and had a kink that needed to be worked out from the old version’s way of handling HTML.
I’m fairly confident that when creating new topics from here on out they won’t have the issue.
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