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    I think I gave up on this one...faced the same issues and fate as Malcolm did. My advice...move along...it will be a time sink and not likely end well. Dan
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    @Smoky Barnable Back in 2016, @burt made a 'Fuzzy Search' module in his 28 days bundle. It might help. One other thought is to integrate the Google search function into your shop. I have seen that used before. HTH Malcolm
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    @puggybelle @Dan Cole While I was trying to install a different TypeAhead search module, I too had the same issues that both you and Dan reported. You can start reading about them here: I was getting different results on my in-house development server and my 'live' public server. I was getting different results with different browsers. I asked different people to test the public server, and different people experienced different results. I never determined what was causing the problem. I wish I had better news ... Malcolm
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    valquiria23

    Moving to Phoenix

    We cannot count on only with certified addons (certified by whom? ISO 1040 ???). Having only 2 or 3 people making paid addons will not allow the community to grow. Moreover, that was never the aspiritu of oscommerce. Each person can make their addons, upload them to the market and share them with the community. That is the charm of oscommerce. What I proposed above was already done previously. There is only a will to implement it again. Personally, this post helped me a lot when I was a new user. This post gave me an initial guide to what things could be done with the addons of osc. Surely something like that is going to make life easier for many new users. I hope these posts do not disappear by magic have a nice day Valqui
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    valquiria23

    Moving to Phoenix

    Hello dan, That is a very good idea. We could implement it as follows: Create a compatible addon topic for Frozen and another for Phoenix. Each user who downloads a free addon from the market can post something like this: I Download the "Extra Infobox reloaded for Phoenix CE" addon URL: https://apps.oscommerce.com/wd4AW&extra-infobox-reloaded-for-phoenix-ce I tested it with: Phoenix 1.0.4.0 In this post you can only publish addons that were tested and that worked. You can not make other questionsor publications in that post (each addon has its own support post). We get an updated and confirmed list of addons that work. You cannot publish addon paid as that is against the forum rules. That topic will be fixed first in the Add-Ons section of the forum. What do the community think about this proposal ? Best Regards. Valqui
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    BrockleyJohn

    Moving to Phoenix

    https://apps.oscommerce.com/Profile&220375-brockleyjohn 😉
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    JcMagpie

    Moving to Phoenix

    If only this was true! Unfortunatly the world of e commerce has moved on and most popular software offer the user a feture rich user experiance out of the box and not after hunting high and low for add-ons. Most new users will install and be very disappointed with what they see. They get no list of available add-on and will have to go looking for them and may or may not find them. I think most users will not even bother to look and just move onto another e cart that offers more out of the box. Have said this many times, keeping the core lean has nothing to do with removing fetures or not offering them at all. An add-on is of no use if no one knows it exists. A few users may go looking and find a few muscles be they legs or arms 😊 but many will just see a poorly dressed bag of bones and just look elsewhere. I could be wrong ( I hope I am) but only time will tell who is right.
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    joe122joe

    Moving to Phoenix

    Thank you all I was asked about this addons ,, because, on my opinion they are basic addon that should be on the core. that's right something between FROZEN and Phoenix (FROZEN with hooks) I think there is many oscommerce shop they are small business, that they can't pay the prices what it asked there…
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    Omar_one

    Moving to Phoenix

    @joe122joe If everyone want to have the add-ons what they fit they shop to core it will be mess ... they called add-on they additions code to fit your need and those add-ons what you use maybe they don't fit someone else... try to install Phoenix as test and play with it.. I am sure you will love it and ofcourse you can the add-on support topic. or Commercial Support Inquiries .
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    JcMagpie

    Moving to Phoenix

    I would have thought that things used by "the majority of users" would be seen as core! if not what else is core? What does core even mean? As Phoinex is not capable of being auto updated the use of the term core is meaningless to most users.
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