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Naegle

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  1. You need in install an image contribution that allows you to use more than one picture. Stock osC install uses only one. You use the small picture in the listings and the large in the pop up. There are a lot of contributions out there for this.
  2. You need in install an image contribution that allows you to use more than one picture. Stock osC install uses only one. You use the small picture in the listings and the large in the pop up. There are a lot of contributions out there for this.
  3. Sorry everyone for not getting back to your posts. Lately Ive been traveling and really busy with work. I havnt had time to devote to the contribution or even my own website. Roaddoctor, did you find a solution? Still working on it. Unfortunatly I'm not a professional programer and the website comes second to my normal work. So no, its not complete, but I think its almost finished. Keress - Its not as easy as it sounds... I'm trying to update the order with the correct prices, then have the customer log back in and pay. Viviennes & myramyd Make sure you selected the zone you want to disable in the module settings. If a zone is selected, DISABLE this shipping method for that zone. i.e. if youre in the US and you only need this for international freight, select your US zone. Otherwise leave it blank and it will stay open for all zones.
  4. Thats an issue with the checkout_shipping.php. It selects the cheapest method. Look at about line 145 and you'll see this... // if no shipping method has been selected, automatically select the cheapest method. // if the modules status was changed when none were available, to save on implementing // a javascript force-selection method, also automatically select the cheapest shipping // method if more than one module is now enabled if ( !tep_session_is_registered('shipping') || ( tep_session_is_registered('shipping') && ($shipping == false) && (tep_count_shipping_modules() > 1) ) ) $shipping = $shipping_modules->cheapest(); To disable it so that the customer has to chose the option, change it to this... /* // if no shipping method has been selected, automatically select the cheapest method. // if the modules status was changed when none were available, to save on implementing // a javascript force-selection method, also automatically select the cheapest shipping // method if more than one module is now enabled if ( !tep_session_is_registered('shipping') || ( tep_session_is_registered('shipping') && ($shipping == false) && (tep_count_shipping_modules() > 1) ) ) $shipping = $shipping_modules->cheapest(); */ Otherwise modify it for your needs. Regards - Dan
  5. Amanda, Thank you for your response and suggestions. I’m finding allot of re-engineering on this project. This weekend I created a separate checkout process for RFQs, but I'm learning just how complicated the process is. I still need to pass through the payment window before confirmation so the customer can input their credit card info. The logic I can’t seem to decipher is how the shipping and payment variables are stored and retrieved during the checkout process. If I could modify the retrieval to source from the invoice, I think a modified checkout would work. Dan
  6. Well, I havnt uploaded the payment module with the zones fix yet, since I'd like to wait until I can upload the new package. For now I'd leave the feild since it isnt functional. On my updated module, I have... 1) True?False Enable Module 2) Zone disable for international quotes only 3) Order Status setting 4) Module Sort Order Sounds good. I'd like to work with you on this, since Ive almost got it. Order editor works fine, but its the re-submittion to the cart thats the problem. Now I have an button appears in the order history after the quotation has been added to the order. The customer logs in, clicks the button and it takes him directly to the payment window with the order contents. I'm having issues with importing the shipping fees from the invoice (the guts of the check-out process is a bit new to me). :blink: Also I'd like to stream line the checkout for RFQs so only the shipping module is needed. If you'd like to work together on this, PM me. (two heads are better than one).
  7. HELP from anyone with experienced with the checkout process I have made some progress with the help of the reorder contribution...however, I still need some direction on the importing the shipping info. My thought process is this. 1) Customer submits the order as a "Request for Quote" 2) The store owner updates the order with the appropriate charges using "Order Editor" 3) The order status is updated to "Quotation" which enables that ... 4) The customer can now log in to his account history, view the order, and then confirm, which takes him back through the checkout 5) This info goes straight to the payment window of the checkout. HERE's where I'm stuck. Everything works up until this point, but I can't seem to import the updated figures. It only pulls the prices as the shown in the catalog. [/u]I need to query the prices from the invoice and ALSO the updated shipping info. Would anyone have any suggestions? I can post my code so far, but I'd really apreciate some advice from anyone experienced in PHP. This is a project I've had alot of members ask for, but its really pushing my limits. Thanks to any response...DAN :thumbsup:
  8. Solved it... I have Search Engine Safe URLS turned on. Turning them off solved the problem, although I'd like them on... I'll see if I can find a solution
  9. boxtel, I have one problem with the contribution. The re-orders are not added to the cart. I've included the corresponding codes in general.php, account_history_info.php, and application_top.php. Any ideas? THANKS :thumbsup:
  10. I'm working on that now. I have it setup now where I can edit the orginal quote with notification (i.e. include shipping charges). Then the customer logs into to his account history and "Confirms" the order, which takes him back through checkout with a new order (importing the info from the quote). The problem is it starts over at shipping. I'm working on configuring it so it goes straight to the payment window and imports the shipping info. I'm not sure when I'll get it done. I'll be out of town for a few weeks so it probably wont be until late next month. I'll post my findings when I can. - Dan
  11. Graeme, It might have to do with how your zones are configured. I have tested the contribution with two test accounts, one domestic and one international, it works for me. In the admin I selected the zone to disable (ie United States). The option shows up on the international account, but dose not appear on the domestic account SHIPPING. Has anyone else had problems with the SHIPPING Module? It seems to work fine for me... ... and as I type, I realize this needs to be included on the payment module as well. I'll update the package ASAP for the payment module. The shipping side should be fine. Regards, Dan
  12. Sorry about that, In a nutshell, my USPS module works fine for overseas shippments, although it ssems to be more accurate when handling domestic rates. I wonder if it could be a problem specific to the USPSXML module?
  13. Me parece que USPS es mejor para envios domesticos, pero no se porque no funciona. Puede ser como estan configurados sus zonas? Donde quiere enviar el pedido? Yo uso el m?dulo comun que viene con osc y no tengo problemas con pedidos internationales. Puede ver con el m?dulo UPSXML. Nosotros usamos otro systema para envios internacionales. En "My Contributions" se encuentra el m?dulo "Reqest for Quote" en que el cliente puede mandar el pedido para averiguar el costo de envio. Despues le contactamos con el total y nos envian su informacion del pago. Hasta ahora, no hemos encontrado un proceso automatico. Exitos! Dan
  14. Wonderful contribution! I came across it on accident and its exactly what I was looking for. Its installed fine, but currently it goes straight to checkout shipping, I would like to modify it slightly for my needs. I'm using this in conjuction with order editor. I want to edit a quotation order, and have the customer confirm and pay. Since I pre-include the shipping I need the existing order to be sent directly to payment with the previous shipping charges. Any ideas? Thanks for your help :thumbsup: