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  1. You can not edit/remove add-ons, you can only add in new packages. The old entries and files remain available for download as an archive for those who wish to checkout old versions. If there are major changes you might instead want to add it as a separate new add-on. If you have other needs and can not get hold of the site webmaster, you might try contacting one of the moderators and ask about information/assistance.
  2. The "upcoming" OSC V2.4 have a neat auto "prefix" functionality which works just fine with hard coded table names.
  3. Opencart 2+ has an interesting system in place for core modification, its called ocmod. (and/or and extension called vqmod) In short what it does is make a copy of the core files where modifications are done according to an xml instruction file, then the copy file will be used instead of the core file. This makes adding extensions and updating the core fast and easy. Its not perfect, has restrictions and conflicts do happen, but its still an interesting way of doing things and might give some food for thought.
  4. there should be a hook command for adding stylesheets and js file links to the head section, that would be the preferred way. That would also allow for "auto" minifying and combining scripts/css.
  5. toyicebear

    Dark Background Oscommerce 2.3.3.4 Template

    Dark Background Oscommerce 2.3.3.4 Template V1.2 What's changed in V1.2? - Misc. checkout color changes. http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/8990
  6. For multi currency shops...yes
  7. My suggestion would be to make an official V 2.3.5 , where the only major change from 2.3.4 is that jquey ui is replaced by Bootstrap 3 to make it mobile responsive. This would give oscommerce responsive design in the current official stable version right now and then the development of the new 2.4 could proceed at its own pace.
  8. have a look at the sponsor shipping page for a possible USPS solution: http://www.oscommerce.com/Services&shipping
  9. I for one do applaud Burt for all the work being done, I might not agree on all decisions and choices made for the new version but its great to see something being done in advancing oscommerce into the modern area.
  10. Changing the folder where thumbnails are stores is an easy task, its just to change 1 define in the instructions. Change to for instance and then just create a folder named /thumbs/ within the /images/ directory. For those who don't want to make a new folder...they could instead change it to: or alternatively
  11. toyicebear

    Dark Background Oscommerce 2.3.3.4 Template

    Dark Background Oscommerce 2.3.3.4 Template V1.1 What's changed in V1.1? - Product listing text color change. http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/8990
  12. Its built in... when adding/editing products just click on "Add Large Image" , add the image then rinse and repeat for as many times as you like.
  13. toyicebear

    Simple gray skin/template for osCommerce 2.3.4

    You will have to manually style osc2.3.4 bootstrap or you can look at something like: http://forums.oscommerce.com/topic/398773-234bs-responsive-template-no-core-code-changes/
  14. toyicebear

    Simple gray skin/template for osCommerce 2.3.4

    This is for "stock" osc 2.3.4 , it will not work for osc2.3.4 bootstrap.
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