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Maggilove

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  1. In admin panel > configuration > shipping/packaging set your tare weight and percentage increase for larger packages to 0
  2. http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,1222 :)
  3. http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,928
  4. Anthony, the 3 lbs addition is the tare weight... in your admin panel, open configuration > shipping/packaging and change the tare weight and percentage increase for larger packages to 0. There is a table rate contribution that has the item count option, but the way you have it set up now is probably the easiest way of handling it.
  5. Look in your admin panel > configuration > shipping/packaging ...make sure tare weight and percentage increase for larger packages are set to 0
  6. Follow the directory structure in the contribution package... the module file is uploaded to (catalog)/includes/modules/shipping and the language file to (catalog)/includes/languages/english/modules/shipping
  7. http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,1852 :)
  8. The instructions are at the top ofthe module file. You need to change this line... // CUSTOMIZE THIS SETTING FOR THE NUMBER OF ZONES NEEDED $this->num_zones = 1; } ...to... // CUSTOMIZE THIS SETTING FOR THE NUMBER OF ZONES NEEDED $this->num_zones = 3; }
  9. Sorry Owain, been a busy few days.... I had a quick look at the contribution you mentioned and it uses tax zones. The zones module won't work with county codes. You need to use the table rate module, and select your "yes" zone from the drop down list in the shipping zone box. Then set your "no" zone as the shipping zone for RFQ. :)
  10. Hmmm... I just use tax zones... I have zones set up for the various different suppliers' delivery areas, such as UK, England and Wales, Mainland UK, Highlands and Islands etc, then for each of those, I have an "everywhere except" zone... not very elegant, but it works. I am not familiar with your area selection mod, but if it worked with the standard version, maybe it can be adapted to work with MVS.
  11. Hi Owain.... you need to download RFQ_v1_2 for MVS which you will find here... http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,2906 For some reason, it didn't get carried over in the MVS package... :)
  12. Yes... you need the flat weight based shipping module... http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,1508 :)
  13. Let's say you want to use an image called table_shipping.gif for table shipping..... you upload the image to your icons folder, then call the image in the table module. Find this section of code.... // class constructor function table() { global $order; $this->code = 'table'; $this->title = MODULE_SHIPPING_TABLE_TEXT_TITLE; $this->description = MODULE_SHIPPING_TABLE_TEXT_DESCRIPTION; $this->sort_order = MODULE_SHIPPING_TABLE_SORT_ORDER; $this->icon = ''; $this->tax_class = MODULE_SHIPPING_TABLE_TAX_CLASS; $this->enabled = ((MODULE_SHIPPING_TABLE_STATUS == 'True') ? true : false); ..and change to... // class constructor function table() { global $order; $this->code = 'table'; $this->title = MODULE_SHIPPING_TABLE_TEXT_TITLE; $this->description = MODULE_SHIPPING_TABLE_TEXT_DESCRIPTION; $this->sort_order = MODULE_SHIPPING_TABLE_SORT_ORDER; $this->icon = DIR_WS_ICONS . 'table_shipping.gif'; $this->tax_class = MODULE_SHIPPING_TABLE_TAX_CLASS; $this->enabled = ((MODULE_SHIPPING_TABLE_STATUS == 'True') ? true : false);
  14. (catalog)/images/icons :)
  15. I can send you an sql file if you PM me with your e-mail address. :)