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Posts posted by toyicebear

  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. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. Perhaps I am just being dense, but I can understand why the BS version isn't yet "released into the wild". I'm not very active on any forums (mostly coming here when I have a specific problem I can't suss out myself). But, I am convinced that osC Responsive (I *like* that name) is going to happen. For me, I currently have it only in a test status (using the Gold edition) mainly because of one (to me) major issue - the shipping - in particular, the USPS shipping module. The one that is 'standard' with the core osC doesn't work. an unfortunately, I have not been successful in getting the add-on USPS Methods to work with the osC Responsive. 


    I think that @@burt is doing a great job with the development on the responsive codebase. I for one am looking forward to its official release. Until that time, I will keep checking in and trying new ideas to get the shipping module to work so that I can move forward to getting my store updated (official store is using 2.3.4) to the responsive codebase.


    have a look at the sponsor shipping page for a possible USPS solution: http://www.oscommerce.com/Services&shipping

  5. Changing the folder where thumbnails are stores is an easy task, its just to change 1 define in the instructions.



    'thumbs_dir_path' => DIR_WS_MODULES . 'kiss_image_thumbnailer/thumbs/',


    Change to for instance



    'thumbs_dir_path' => DIR_WS_IMAGES . 'thumbs/',




    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:


    'thumbs_dir_path' => DIR_WS_DOWNLOAD_PUBLIC,



    or alternatively



    'thumbs_dir_path' => DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'work/',

  6. How to revert back from the grey template image system to the default one while keeping the gray skin. (Not tested, but should work)

    1. Add back in the backup or use a default oscommerce product_info.php file.
    2. Add back in the backup or use default oscommerce 2.3.34 includes/template_top.php

    Edit includes/template_top.php

    and change:


    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="ext/jquery/ui/redmond/jquery-ui-1.8.22.css" />
    <script type="text/javascript" src="ext/jquery/jquery-1.8.0.min.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="ext/jquery/ui/jquery-ui-1.8.22.min.js"></script>


    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="ext/skins/gray2334/jqbootstrap/css/custom-theme/jquery-ui-1.9.2.custom.css" />
    <script type="text/javascript" src="ext/jquery/jquery-1.8.0.min.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="ext/skins/gray2334/jqbootstrap/js/jquery-ui-1.9.2.custom.min.js"></script>


    and after:


    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="stylesheet.css" />





    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="ext/skins/gray2334/custom.css" />

  7. Thanks for this add on Nick. I appreciate the clear instructions and (relatively) simple install procedure.


    Unfortunately, the mouse over feature on the product info page seems to have been lost.


    Was that deliberate? unavoidable? or fixable?

    Deliberate ....


    So instead of mousing over the thumbnails and then having to click on the main image... you just click directly on the thumbnail to view the full size image.

  8. If you want to transmit cc info on your pages you will need SSL.


    If you send the customer to a 3 party payment service to complete payment info then you don't necessarily need SSL, but even so you should still have it since you are collecting sensitive personal info during checkout.