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Wayne Luke

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  1. Sorry the previous post got really messed up because of the quotes for some reason. The answer to the first part was that Delphi is a Windows only solution. I need a solution that works cross-platform without plugins. One of the biggest problems with Java is that it is not a 100% standard on any platform
  2. It's an open source project? Can i download something? I'm very interested :!: It will be open source because it is based on the same classes and functions within OSC now. Right now it is in the early development stages and I hope to have the first version of "OSC Shopkeeper" available sometime in August. This version will be designed to run in a web browser but will act like a standard GUI application with easier maintanence and a lot of new features (manual orders, a POS mode, multiple admins, messaging between admins, webmail, built-in WYSIWYG editor for descriptions, reviews, and more)..
  3. Looks similar to what I have been working on. My project is completely in PHP and generated HTML though with an eventual goal of a PHP-GTK application. Never really liked Java so have never learned it.
  4. Well when I looked, I couldn't really find anything about developing for it on the Visa website.
  5. No, he means the "Verified by Visa" program. It is much more than using CVV and would eliminate fraud for Visa Card Holders for the most part... The card holder assigns a password to the their card. Then when they shop at an online store that supports Verified by Visa, it checks the password before the card is charged. And no, OSC doesn't support this at this time.
  6. Loaded5 is based off of a Feb release of OSC. Since then, there have been lots of changes. With all of the editing, I gave up, with the hope that I could migrate some of the features from there to this code. Hopefully that is the easier route. If Loaded 5 is based off a February release, then this is not compatible. Linda has specified that it requires at least the March-24th CVS version of OSC.
  7. Same here. Took me about 25 minutes or so to install it all but it works just fine on the 5/19/03 snapshot....
  8. I have the 19-05-2003 snapshot if you want it. I can upload it but it is what is available here as well. Looking at the commits list, the changes from 05-18-2003 and current shouldn't stop you from integrating this if you use Beyond Compare to double check things.
  9. The quote above can also be seen directly at the top of the forum FAQ by clicking on the FAQ / Rules link in the header of every page or on this link -
  10. This contribution is also available at For those interested in obtaining it without releasing personal information.
  11. Not everyone knows how to make simple stylesheet changes so if someone makes them available to others, it helps people out. I believe that was the point of the original post. As the Web matures, more and more people that know nothing about HTML, CSS, PHP or any other technology are creating sites. This helps those people create a semi-unique website.
  12. They are just color changes of the default stylesheet. Which is distributed under the GPL. If you got a program like Topstyle Pro 3.1, you could make the same modification of your own in about 5 minutes. They didn't even make the graphics which were previously released under GPL. Even if they were going to sell them, anyone who purchased them would be able to redistribute them how they please, even for free, under the GPL license.
  13. Go to the demo site then load the actual CSS file in your browser. For example to get the style for Paris - Red, go to this link: If you view the source of the color style you like, you can figure out how to get the CSS file. All the images can be found at: Enjoy.
  14. Wow.. Looks great. I think I am going to work to incorporate this into my store as well.
  15. Yes, something like mugitty is suggesting is definately needed... Imagine a bookstore with 35,000+ items(like the current site I am building), or an auto parts store with 100,000's of items being updated (like the next site I am building).