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  • if this is the issue, then what to do to fix it?

    I have this problem too, but now that I’ve installed the premium version with all the fancy plugins I bought with it (dropbox, sub projects, productivity suite), the browse button does nothing so i can’t upload from my computer and dropbox gives me an error code of {“error”: “Origin does not match any app domain”} so i can’t upload from there either.

    I think I”m missing a seriously important setup step.

    I also installed the additional plugins that your instructions mentioned, “Theme my Login”, “Cimy User Extra Fields” (you typo’d Cimy in your instructions btw, just thought you’d want to know, on the wordpress dashboard for your plugin) and the “Ajax Login”. Is there somewhere you’ve posted how you want all the features for these plugins to be set up to work properly?

    I hate being lost and having to nag. Thanks for your help!

    but it doesn’t work … i click the button for dropbox, use the form and get an error … {“error”: “Origin does not match any app domain”} … so, now what? Is there something I’m missing in setup because I have no access to any sort of setup for that plugin or anything else for that matter. Please advise what I’m missing thanks 🙂

    Boone Gorges
    Member
    Plugin Author
    Posted 1 month ago #
    Thanks for the report. It looks like it is a CP issue (rather than BuddyPress Docs). I’ve corrected it here: https://github.com/WebDevStudios/CollabPress/issues/24 If you’d like, you can apply that patch manually to your CP installation – it’ll be fixed in the next release.

    Hey, I’m having this problem too, but the link the plugin author directed to at github (quoted above) is primarily a redirection back to this thread so it was really not very helpful — well at least not for those of us who are not coders (well, me anyway), sorry. I know enough to be dangerous so if you put up specific instructions of what code to mod where to accomplish what you mention so briefly in github, I can do that I believe.

    Also, and I’m not sure if its because of this conflict or not, but when I click on the group’s listing/icon on my home page or from any other listing of groups on my site, it goes to a 404 error page. The reason is because it’s adding the term “forum” AFTER the actual url for the group. For example … http://www.websiteurl.com/groups/groupname/forum when it should be http://www.websiteurl.com/groups/groupname. How do I fix this?

    Thanks.

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