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  1. JAValeryon

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    Nice work @wHiTeHaT But as you did not forked @gburton CE Frozen Repo it's a real pain to merge your changes.
  2. Hi! It seems that $messageStack is missing in global section of function execute() in cm_csh_shipping_methods.php I get an error at line 155 in the following case: New order where the delivery address is not covered by any shipping module. Therefore the following line throws an error because $messageStack is null $messageStack->add_session('checkout_address', ERROR_NO_SHIPPING_AVAILABLE_TO_SHIPPING_ADDRESS);
  3. Indeed .. Sorry! I forgot to also mention it I have tested it and works fine now Muchas gracias!!
  4. Hi! I installed the module (OSC version= CE Frozen ) and everything worked fine. But later, I also installed the module "Modular Checkout pages BS" and the option "Proceed to set a password" is not working anymore. It does not redirect to set_password.php (It looks like "customer_is_guest" has been unregistered in a previous step) Any help appreciated.
  5. IMHO, some effort should be invested in making the default installation (demo) more "beautiful"/modern. If nowadays I want to build a webshop and I check the state of the art, after reviewing demos of Oscomerce, Prestashop, Magento,etc etc I would surely discard Oscommerce the first. It looks like very ugly (and old) by default. Of course it can be tweaked with templates later but the first impression does not help (And I mean the Community Bootstrap Edition, the "Official" one better I not speak) My point is , that much of the effort behind the scenes that you're speaking of now it can go unnoticed by shopowners. Many ideas may make life easier for developers or "shop admins" of legacy projects but not for new adopters (because there will be almost none soon). Summarizing, my suggestion is to make oscommerce sexier (sorry to be so shallow! )