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bbPress uses a custom post type called forums. When I click on forums, both forums and the Blog menu items are highlighted as a current-menu-item.

Is there a way to remove the current-menu-item from Blog when the post-type = forum?

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Check this answer wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/1230/… –  Ashfame Aug 24 '11 at 13:58
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I'd try to format my CSS rules accordingly. If you're using body_class() you can always target single-posttype so as a quick example

.single-posttype .current-menu-item { display: none; }

Will hide the current menu item when you're on a specific post type. If this makes sense hehe. Another way would be creating your own navigation menu Walker and running some additional checks inside.

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i would use jquery

$('#menu-item-xxx').removeClass('current-menu-item');
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