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  1. Daikon

    OSC-Affiliate

    You just saved me from pulling out my hair. I guess I'll have to add that advice to the text so that affiliates won't have the same problem!
  2. My goodness, you're right! If I move the what's new infobox to the left the thumbnail stays small if the same item is shown in product_info.php! This'll work for now, although I'd like to find a way to fix the bug (I think the layout would be nicer with the what's new infobox in the right column).
  3. Interesting, I'll give that a try ^_^ Cheers!
  4. Site's working OK now with Imagemagic. There is a small issue when using it with the More Pics contrib. If the product shown in product product_info.php and the specials or what's new infoboxes are the same, the page shows a huge image of the product in the infobox instead of a small image...
  5. Ack. I thought it worked but then it got messed up again... Still trying to get this to work...
  6. In the box's .PHP file try changing (HEADING_IMAGE_WIDTH) to (SMALL_IMAGE_WIDTH/2) and (HEADING_IMAGE_HEIGHT) to (SMALL_IMAGE_HEIGHT/2). Leave out the /2 if the images become too small. It's not an elegant solution but it works for me.
  7. Fabio, you're a lifesaver. Turns out I just had 1 wrong letter in that filepath... Everything works now! Yes! Thanks so much!
  8. PS: When trying to access an image directly through Imagemagic the following error is on top of the list: Warning: chdir() [function.chdir]: No such file or directory (errno 2) in /home/xxxxx/public_html/shop/imagemagic.php on line 21 Line 21 reads: chdir (DIR_FS_CATALOG);
  9. Same here ^_^ No idea what could be the problem here as both installations are virtually identical. I tried using 'On the Fly' Auto Thumbnailer using GD Library and it works without a hitch, so GD is not at fault. Imagemagic interface in admin is working OK, it's just the images which won't show (and yes, thumbnails directory is set to 777). I stumped. Any ideas what could be the cause of this?
  10. Daikon

    Automatically send data feed to Froogle

    After setting everything up Google Base / Froogle Data Feeder v1.01 (editing googlefeeder.php instead of froogle.php) I kept getting the following error: Fatal error: Call to undefined function: tep_href_link() in /home/mysite/public_html/catalogue/admin/feeders.php on line 10 I checked all files and changes I made to them but found nothing. Error was due to something in feeders.php which I didn't change. In the end I downloaded Froogle Data Feeder v1.63 , took the feeders.php from that package and changed the text "Froogle" to "Google" in the file. Uploaded it and it works like a charm. This is a great release and a very important contribution, and FlyingMonkey deserves lots of credit for sharing this with us. However this new contribution feels very rushed and apperently hasn't been properly tested on a new virgin installation of OSCommerce.
  11. Daikon

    Automatically send data feed to Froogle

    Just downloaded Google Base / Froogle Data Feeder v1.01. In the manual it reads: 1) From the downloaded package: Edit and Change /admin/froogle.php However, there is no froogle.php file. I assume the file you mean to refer to is googlefeeder.php.
  12. Auto Thumbnailer works great! Maybe too great however. The way it's set up now ANYONE can resize and display his images using my server. Does anyone know of a way to change product_thumb.php so that it'll only resize images which originate from within my domain name or server? Having product_thumb.php resize any image thrown at it as it is now is just asking for abuse by spammers...
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