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  1. Hi Jack, I'm using ver 1.7 but it doesn't show up in my Administration/Configuration. So I manually run it using admin/sitemonitor.php. In the first time I receive this message: First time ran. Reference file was created and saved. ==> I assume this is correct? The I run it again and get this error: No new files found... Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 524288 bytes) in /home/wildfir4/public_html/mantrauang/shop/admin/includes/functions/sitemonitor_functions.php on line 440 How to fix it and how to show Site Monitor in my Configuration page?
  2. Got it. Using this contribution (http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/2679) fixes the problem.
  3. I also have exactly the same problem :huh: My PayPal is US$ currency but I set it to receive all other currencies (which PayPal automatically converts to US$). I surely love any helps!
  4. I can't use this solution since my default currency is IDR (Indonesia Rupiah) & my PayPal account only accepts USD. * If I change the 'currency code' to IDR, it still gives me the same error. * If I change the 'currency code' to USD, it works but gives the wrong amount (it pass the amount as is and not converting it from IDR to USD). Any idea how to fix it?
  5. Please help. I receive this error message in PayPal website whenever I use PayPal Website Payment Standard. This recipient does not accept payments denominated in USD. Please contact the seller and ask him to update his payment receiving preferences to accept this currency. I don't know what's wrong since I already set my Payment Receiving Preferences (in my PayPal account) to accept other currencies and convert them to USD. TIA.
  6. Finally got it! By using MultiGeoZone MultiTable Shipping Module (http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?showtopic=119085) with 1 GeoZone and 3 tables :)
  7. Nevermind. Already fixed it in tare weight. Reset the default value from 3 to 0.
  8. Thx a lot Coopco! It fixes the problem nicely :)
  9. Please help to fix this. I'm getting confused since MultiGeoZone MultiTable or Table Rate automatically adds 3 to every my product's weight. So if my product's weight is 0 it becomes 3 in the checkout, if it's 1 it becomes 4, and so on. TIA :)
  10. Please help to fix this. I'm getting confused since MultiGeoZone MultiTable automatically adds 3 to every my product's weight. So if my product's weight is 0 it becomes 3 in the checkout, if it's 1 it becomes 4, and so on.
  11. I sell locally in Indonesia (both digital and physical products). I want to give free shipping to certain destination cities, and setup the shipping rates for other groups of cities like this: 1. Group 1 (To city A, city B, city C & city D) * FREE 2. Group 2 (To city E, city F, city G & city H) * Free if weight = 0 (for digital products) * $ 1.00 for every weight of 1 3. Group 3 (To the rest of the cities in Indonesia) * Free if weight = 0 (for digital products) * $ 2.00 for every weight of 1 Where the customers choose the group themselves and osCommerce calculate the shipping cost automatically based on the customers' choice. Thanks for your help!
  12. If you mostly sell digital products, WordPress (http://wordpress.org) used with WP e-Commerce plugin (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-e-commerce)can be a better solution since osCommerce is more for selling physical products.