They will be fixed in upcoming versions. Its reported in the Trac now. Till they are fixed, bear them & it should not be hard as regular users don’t see them
Sorry, but i can´t find any reported bug on trac related to this… Also i don´t want to wait months until a new release. Is there no way to remove these brackets? Maybe in core files?
Its here #1164 & fixed here : https://trac.bbpress.org/changeset/2349
You can fix it by making those changes in your file.
Thanks for your reply! Hm… That´s weird. The fix doesn´t work for me. The brackets still visible. I reload the page, delete the browsercache and nothing changed. Weird. I will try again later. Maybe i´ve done something wrong…
Did you edit your active template or the copy in bb-templates? Only thing I can think of..
The ‘fix’ that’s listed on that changeset has nothing to do with removing the brackets. It’s completely unrelated.
One other option for the meantime, which I’ve employed on my old site is replace the brackets with LI list elements to make an ordered or unordered list (style away) of the options. You can float this list or display it inline to make it look exactly the same, or if you would prefer, go to town and make it look snazzy.
@Kawauso: I edited the active template. I only edited the mentioned functions.bb-template.php, not the css files. I´m using my own custom theme…
@mwaterous: I think you aren´t right. This (Ticket) is exactly what i´m talking about.
@mwaterous: Sorry, now i know what you mean. Yes, you´re right. This is really not what i want to do.
@all: I tested the above mentioned fix once again with the default theme and got it working after changing the css file too… But as mwaterous said: this fix is not removing the brackets. It just fixes the line break between the brackets. I´d like to completely remove the brackets. Where they´re generated?
In your theme’s topic.php, change
bb_topic_admin( array( 'before' => '', 'after' => '' ) ); or to use
<li> instead, put
bb_topic_admin( array( 'before' => '<li>', 'after' => '</li>' ) ); and put
</ul> around the <?php tags
Thank you Kawauso! This works perfectly! Problem solved