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Too many "revision" statements – How to remove all but 1

  • dubbinz


    I’ve noticed the revision statements are listing all revisions.

    “This topic was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Ovyda”

    statements like this build up and looks really messy.

    I want to know how to remove all statements and only show the last time it was edited. (yes I know users can uncheck the option to not show revision)

    Any help would be appreciated.

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  • DarioZ


    Also I would like to know if there is a way to show only the latest…

    There is a Ticket somewhere in our bug tracking for bbPress, I just can’t find it right now but there is a planned improvement to only show a single revision log notice, it is planned to do a bit more than just the notice display also 😉



    is there any way to remove it without waiting for a bbpress upgrade?



    Any update on this? Or any suggestions?

    If no replies I will dive in the code to try and figure it out. Just trying to save time, hopefully someone has already done this or has a general idea how to (even a suggestion on the file to edit would save me a step!)

    Thank you :)

    Stephen Edgar


    The ticket is, there are some specific things we want to do with revisions, we want to actually keep all revisions but only display one revision, we want to be able to “scroll through” the list of revisions, you can see an example of this in the following comment, in that comment you’ll see previous and diff, once you click previous you’ll then see next.

    If you want to join our development chat we can chat about what and where further.

    To join follow the instructions here and join the #bbpress channel :)



    Thanks Stephen :)

    Will definitely keep an eye on developments. For now I have used CSS to hide all but the most recent revision, here’s the code if anyone else needs it:

    .bbp-topic-revision-log li {
    .bbp-topic-revision-log li:last-child {
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