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Members see themselves as inactive when they are not

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  • _ck_
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    @_ck_

    Sounds like it’s a bug with the scope of the $user variable.

    If it’s not fixed in 1.0.3 maybe they fixed it in 1.1 which will have a release candidate soon.

    There’s also a chance it’s a bug with a customized template.


    _ck_
    Participant

    @_ck_

    Sounds like it’s a bug with the scope of the $user variable.

    If it’s not fixed in 1.0.3 maybe they fixed it in 1.1 which will have a release candidate soon.

    There’s also a chance it’s a bug with a customized template.

    I got nearly the same problem a few days back. I logged off, but I was visible to other members as active. This active status remained for nearly half an hour after which it became inactive.

    I log in with two accounts in different browsers and always check my status. This problem continued for about a week in the last week of February, but now it’s alright. Anyone has idea what could have went wrong?

    I got nearly the same problem a few days back. I logged off, but I was visible to other members as active. This active status remained for nearly half an hour after which it became inactive.

    I log in with two accounts in different browsers and always check my status. This problem continued for about a week in the last week of February, but now it’s alright. Anyone has idea what could have went wrong?

    I upgraded to 1.0.3 and it didn’t solve the issue. I also deactivated W3 Total Cache entirely and that still didn’t work.

    We’re using a customized template of Kakumei. The link’s template tag was:

    <?php post_author_title_link(); ?>

    I edited that so that the link appears as “Member Profile” for now as we don’t have any inactive users anyway and only a few moderators and keymasters who don’t really need to be labeled as such.

    Here’s what I used to do that:

    <a href="<?php echo esc_attr( get_user_profile_link( get_post_author_id( $post_id ) ) ); ?>">Member Profile</a>

    I upgraded to 1.0.3 and it didn’t solve the issue. I also deactivated W3 Total Cache entirely and that still didn’t work.

    We’re using a customized template of Kakumei. The link’s template tag was:

    <?php post_author_title_link(); ?>

    I edited that so that the link appears as “Member Profile” for now as we don’t have any inactive users anyway and only a few moderators and keymasters who don’t really need to be labeled as such.

    Here’s what I used to do that:

    <a href="<?php echo esc_attr( get_user_profile_link( get_post_author_id( $post_id ) ) ); ?>">Member Profile</a>

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