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    dculley got a reaction from ArtcoInc in osCommerce Online Merchant v2.3.4   
    I finely found the error in the checkout_success.php.   A missing closing </div>.  That did not show up in 2.3.3.4 ( or thers) until the upgrade to 2.3.4.  Going to tavern now. :)
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    dculley got a reaction from Crossbow21 in USPS Rate V4, Intl Rate V2 (official support thread)   
    @Crossbow21  I'm using this contribution http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/8409  Free Shipping Per Item.  It adds a little check box to item maintance. 
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    dculley got a reaction from Crossbow21 in USPS Rate V4, Intl Rate V2 (official support thread)   
    If I may – Not sure if this is now your problem but it almost sounds like it.  USPS uses US shipping weights.  For some reason I have found that the USPS program does not.  So I put to gather a chart that converts actual lb to web lb that will calculate the shipping cost to match USPS rates.  I have used this for the last 3 years.  Say you weigh your package and it weighs 4lb, in item maintenance you will till it weighs 3.55.  The USPS program will charge the correct amount for the shipping as if it weighed 4lbs.  I have no clue as to why. 
     
    You might have to do as I did and sit up a test item so you can play with weights to see what will = 50 US lbs.  I don’t ship that heavy so I don’t have that one to share.
     
    I have attached a file and hopes that will help get you started.lb weights chart for usps.pdf
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    dculley got a reaction from bgmsd in How to Specify Ounces Instead of Pounds   
    I use USPS and found the following weight codes to help me:.01=1oz / .02=2oz / .15 = 3oz / .2=4oz / .25=5oz / .3=6oz / .35=7oz / .4=8oz / .45=9oz / .5=10oz / .55=11oz / .6=12oz / .65=12oz / .7=14oz / .75=14oz / .8=15oz / .85=1lb
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