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  1. Hi all - installed v. 3.0 and a couple of the "fixes" posted on the contrib page... My problem is that whenever I add a product with a text option, and then I add another of the same product (with different text in the option), instead of adding a wholly separate item to the cart (as it might if the option were a drop-down list), it overwrites the text of the first product and adds one to the quantity. My goal is to have it add the same product with different text entries as two wholly separate products (and not to aggregate the entered text either). I've tried adding a bogus hidden attribute to "force" it to be a separate product but that and even adding a legitimate select box only overwrites the first product (something to do with the way the option values are stored?) Is there something I've missed perhaps, or does anyone know a way to work around this, ahem, feature?
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    Featured Product Support v1.5.4

    Hi - there seems to be *BUG* with the latest (1.61) version of this contribution... The author adds joins for the Special products (evidentally to display the prices, etc...), however this makes it so that NO featured products will be displayed UNLESS they are on special... I fixed mine (for the moment) by using the includes/modules/featured.php file in the Contribs page just before the 1.60 (or 160) update...
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    Umm... you already asked that question and were given the answer... look at the $divide_subcats option in the dm_categories.php configuration...
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    Yes, look at the configuration options of the menu, there is one to specify max size of submenus, wherein it will display a more link for menus greater than that number (and more "more"'s if necessary ;))
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    Yes, if you're using one type of menu only, you can delete the CSS that doesn't pertain to it (it should be evident by the class names and comments what that is) Additionally, for the flyout menus, you can eliminate the containing table tags in the templates if you don't require compatibility with Opera 6 (see template comments for details)... It should be noted that any external CSS and javascript is cached, so subsequent page views are not impacted that much...
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    This is not a problem as you suggest. Google is well aware of the existence of dynamic menus and having a lot of URLs on a page to other parts of your website is not a concern with respect to search engine ranking. I think there is an option so that only the submenu of the currently active category is rendered if you are still concerned about it though. As for speed, I have not noticed any problems in either IE of Firefox... This is usually an indication that you haven't properly included the stylesheet in your layout, or you're not playing the DM footer *just before* the closing </BODY> tag of your layout. With the tree menu unfortunately you gotta hack-hack-hack the JS to make it appear significantly different, or you can just replace the images used in the tree menu...
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    Spacer images are so... 1997... Use the menu stylesheet instead ;)
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    I think this is something of a "known issue" (geek euphemism for "bug"). It seems to manifest itself on some setups but not others. Don't know if a solution has been found for that menu type (tree) Hi - no this is actually *not* a z-index issue (the issue with form elements appearing "in front" of the menu). However there is a workaround if you poke around on the PHP Layers Menu site... though I found the easiest/best solution is to just move the form element(s) :)
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    This is not such an issue that you think it is... Any credible web crawler has no problem with these types of menus... And the nodes are hidden by Javascript which is also something they don't pick up, nor care about. Dynamic style menus are quite common and the search engines know that and don't penalize folks for using them...
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    @dejaiman - See the config option in the main dm_categories file... It may or may not be exactly what you need (the render full tree option?) @carpenoctem - sounds like you do understand... I had said above where to find more, you'll have to look around though...
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    @dejaiman - If I understand you correctly, I believe there is an option for that it DM (at least the second thing you said) @carpenoctem - that is an MSIE bug... See the PHP Layers Menu site for a workaround, or move the box out of the way ;)
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    Erm... O.K. So what's the problem? A link to the site always helpful :) Maybe you have $show_full_tree config option set to false? 1 & 2 are in CSS, not sure about 3 - maybe you want $GLOBALS['dm_tree_titleclick'] = true; in config...
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    It's not complicated really... include the stylesheet for the menu in your OSC stylesheet and echo the DM footer **just before** the closing </BODY> tag. I can tell from the screenshot that you don't have the styles included... You may or may not be outputting the DM footer (submenus would appear at bottom of page)
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    That is likely a z-index issue... adjust the z-index style of the submenu to be above the slideshow...
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    I dunno about those modules, but I can tell you your Dynamenu "footer" is not being output just before your closing <BODY> tag...
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