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    Kevin Kaland
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    [Contribution] oscThumb

    Hi there, I've searched through the thread, but can't find the answer to a particular problem I'm getting. The end result is that no images are being displayed. I have some more information too; when I go directly to the oscThumb.php link, I get a message which basically says: The image <image path> cannot be displayed because it contains errors. Is there a problem with my source files? Any help much appreciated. Kevin
  2. Thanks; I appreciate the reply, and yes, that's what I meant on 3a. The behavior re. #1 makes sense then. I was wondering why practically every option was specified for every product. It makes sense now. I'm aware that if attribute_values_x_price is left blank, the attribute is not actually associated. Right? Just another question: do you have any experience with how the attributes feature scales? I'm thinking about Excel's purported 256-column limit. I suppose that the CSV format can overcome this limit, but the client will probably be editing in Excel and saving as CSV. I plan to just recommend that they don't throw everything in one file, but try to separate out their files as to keep things manageable. Does that seem like the best way to go?
  3. This is a reply to a pretty old post, I know, but I was hoping somebody knew - 1. how can the attributes feature be used to remove associated attributes from the product? 2. Do the attributes have to be entered into the EP file sequentially? i.e. if I go v_attribute_options_id_1 and then v_attribute_options_id_3 will it bomb, or ignore the 3? What will it do? My client gave me the task of writing a conversion script to convert their database format into EP's format :( I guess just to confirm a third thing: 3. If I include certain columns but some rows have blank values, it will erase the values in the DB, won't it? 3a. Thus meaning that I have to make sure my conversion utility fills in the current DB value whenever rows are left out. Thanks... Kevin