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Question User CSS classes missing (crypsis)

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3 years 11 months ago #1 by Mazfer
Hey,

I'm running Kunena 5.0.2 and the Crypsis template.

In the topics list view I'm missing the CSS classes for the links for every other user than site admin.

This user should be a global moderator, so the class should be "kwho-globalmoderator".



This is site admin (as you can see the class is given):



Any pin pointers or is this actually a bug?
Thanks in advance.

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3 years 10 months ago - 3 years 10 months ago #2 by Mazfer
Bumping this one.

I've now updated to 5.0.3 and still running the crypsis template as base.
Now I've noticed that the user classes are appearing if the forum category has been created on the forum creation/installation. The user classes do not appear if the forum category has been created manually. The only user class that is printed inside manually created forum categories is "kwho-admin", but only for the user who has installed Joomla. Any other user that has been given site administrator rank after Joomla installation does not get a user class.


edit:
I made a workaround where I added a <span> around the A-element, inside class="" I have php code that checks what rank the user has. And depending on this it gives the class needed so the A-element can be styled properly.

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User class is not printed inside the class="" tag in the A-element
Last edit: 3 years 10 months ago by Mazfer.

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3 years 10 months ago #3 by 810
looks there is a file that isn't overwritten by the update, please check permissions and reupload the kunena package.

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