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    #32978
    @milena

    Hi @tjchester, sorry, it is almost good. now it displays no name/link to profile.

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    #33056
    @milena

    Hi @tjchester , any news on that wall-hooks code ?

    And also on where to save the files in the child theme ( directory path)?

    I found this answer you gave somebody about the buddypress activity files

    @gwonbb sorry, I thought this was more common knowledge. Place the copied activity-loop in your child theme to [child theme]/buddypress/activity/

    I am trying to understand the logic and can't – this is not the same directory as the root – buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default/activity/activity-loop.php

    What is the general rule here? Maybe a tutorial on this would be a good idea.
    Thanks

    #33075

    Deepak BuddyBoss
    Participant
    @deepak

    @milena BuddyPress is the only exception to the rule because you are working on the base plugin. All other plugins follow the standard.

    #33076

    Deepak BuddyBoss
    Participant
    @deepak

    @milena do you know which instance is causing the above issue? Please let me know the line number.

    #33077
    @milena

    I think the last one

    The one you had to edit.

    $action = str_replace( '%INITIATOR%', __( 'You', 'buddyboss-wall‘ ), $action);
    with this:
    $action = str_replace( ‘%INITIATOR%', $myprofile_link, $action);`

    #33091

    Deepak BuddyBoss
    Participant
    @deepak

    Try this instead:
    $action = str_replace( '%INITIATOR%', bp_core_get_userlink( bp_loggedin_user_id()), $action);

    #33769
    @milena

    Hi @tjchester,

    where should i place this file in the child theme?

    it doesnt seem to read it.

    other plugin's files work from
    wp-content/themes/buddyboss-child

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