Rather than starting a new thread, I thought it best to extend this one. I’m using the same setup. I figured out the issue the OP was talking about - it’s related to the fact that rtMedia defaults to the index.php file, which in the theme is basically a placeholder.
So, I went on and followed the instructions related to rtmedia_main_template_include(), which got me the default page template showing up. Now, this is where I’m stuck. I don’t actually want the default page template (which has a sidebar, causing some spacing issues with the user profile nav bar). I want to use the full width template the rest of the profile pages use. So, I swapped out get_page_template() for locate_template(‘onecolumn-page.php’) as the instructions indicated, but apparently to no avail. It’s still trying to load the default page template.
I thought maybe it had something to do with the fact that I was using child theme, but even copying that specific template file into the child theme didn’t change anything. I’m a little confused why it doesn’t just inherit the parent page’s template based on the page slug like other tools do (a la the BP-Links or front end blogging plugins).
Anyone else had trouble with rtmedia_main_template_include() not loading the specified template?