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Posts posted by Heatherbell

  1. 28 minutes ago, Jakdjak said:

    Is there anyone with experience and can provide some assistance with the install?

    The module needs recoding, the message indicates to replace all entries similar to 

    " . TABLE_XXX . "



    E.g. replace

  2. 10 hours ago, philip71 said:

    is there a reason that upgrade instructions are a guarded secret for a private group of "Phoenix club" members? 

    Recommend that you join the Phoenix Club - it's easy to do.
    I'm glad you've taken advantage of the work done by volunteers to provide Phoenix and the upgrade instructions.
    So when you have joined the Phoenix Club, donate there to Go Pro to support the work that is done (and level up your shop with free Pro Supporters add-ons).

  3. 11 hours ago, zeeshop said:

    kindly advise what exactly to change/ modify

    The following works for us (with thanks to @ecartz for solution).



    public function __construct() {
          if ($this->enabled && isset($GLOBALS['order']->info['total']) && ($GLOBALS['order']->info['total'] < 30)) {
            $this->enabled = false;


  4. 9 hours ago, ArtcoInc said:

    Just from personal experience, in a prior job, people wanted to set up filled-in templates to make the creation of a new job easier. What I found was that there were so many details in the creation of that job, that inevitably people missed one (or more) details, resulting in the job having the 'default' template detail.

    Just from my personal experience, in a prior job, if personnel continually did not double check their data entry, they would inevitably end up with no job! :D

  5. 13 hours ago, ufty73 said:

    Problem gelößt, die Installation hat nun funktioniert.

    Was war das Problem? Was war die Lösung?
    Sie müssen nicht nur um Hilfe bitten, sondern auch anderen helfen.

    13 hours ago, ufty73 said:

    Aber gibt es den Shop nicht auf DEUTSCH?

    Lesen Sie die README Datei  - dort sind die Sprachpakete aufgelistet.
    Ich spreche kein Deutsch aber ich habe meine Zeit gegeben und Google übersetzt verwendet - das kannst du auch.

  6. 8 hours ago, dculley said:


    Find any instances of
    in the module file and and replace with
    Remove module - upload new module file and install module again.

  7. 2 hours ago, zefeena said:

    I didn't find a way to delete more than 500 items at the same time,

    Sorry I didn't have time to reply earlier - double busy and not always in front of the computer!
    For future reference, using phpmyadmin, select the table and click the operations tab, scroll down to see empty the table (truncate).
    If your products have attributes, do the same for the customers_basket_attributes table.
    As always, before changing any database entries, make a back up i.e. select the export tab to save a copy of the table to your downloads.
    Best of luck and stay safe and well.

  8. 2 minutes ago, zefeena said:

    Currently, I'm deleting peoples accounts as its the only way to empty the basket!

    You should be able to do that directly in the database phpmyadmin without deleting accounts - have a look at the customers_basket table.


  9. 30 minutes ago, zefeena said:

    No-one seems to know why this is happening or how to fix it, so I thought I'd try an add-on to edit the baskets at my side.

    Sorry I don't know how to fix this add-on or your website issue but, speaking from bitter experience, installing an old unsupported add-on is never a good idea.
    You mentioned in another post and your signature that you need to renew your website which is a good idea.
    I feel your pain, been there myself but it becomes like plugging holes in a sinking ship and you never know what sales you are losing from a broken/malfunctioning website.
    I eventually had to bite the bullet and get a new website made from scratch - it does ease the pain!
    I would recommend upgrading to CE Phoenix - get a certified developer to do it for you - @raiwais widely recommended.
    You may be able to DIY but there comes a point (like DIY electrics!) when it is safer to hire a professional!
    It is definitely worth it in the long run and you won't have to shut down your business to do it.
    Once done you will be able to manage the website yourself a lot more easily and it will allow you the time to do what you do best :)