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  1. Actually I have spent quite some time looking through the contribs. Unfortunately, I haven't found one to do what I need. If anyone can help this newbie out, I'd be very thankful. (I looked through all 45 pages of the 'Features' contrib section and nothing :( )
  2. Thanks for the reply. Please excuse my ignorance, but are you referring to other contributions that are similar to x-sell?
  3. I have recently opened a vinyl decal web store running OSC. I am using the X-Sell contrib to direct users to other decals that are of a similar nature as the product they are currently viewing. This is mainly due to the fact that I may have several different designs for the same 'subject' decal. For example, I've got several different variations of 'Redneck' decals. The question that I pose is this, is there a way to use X-Sell as I am now to select the similar products, but then have it automatically set recipriocal links to the 'master' product and all the other 'child' products for each of the 'child' products? If this isn't clear, this is what I'd like to accomplish. I have three different Redneck decal products: RN1, RN2, RN3 . I use the interface and chose RN1. I then add RN2 and RN3 to be xsell/child products of the parent RN1. Now here's the hook. At this point, I'd like to be able to have RN2 have xsell/child products RN1 and RN3 as well as RN3 to have xsell/child products RN2 and RN3 without having to go to each one and hand select them. Does anyone have any ideas on how to modify the contrib to go about accomplishing this?
  4. I would like to apologize if I am wrong in starting a new thread for this discussion, but I was unable to find an appropriate thread to ask this question ... I have recently opened a vinyl decal web store running OSC. I am using the X-Sell contrib to direct users to other decals that are of a similar nature as the product they are currently viewing. This is mainly due to the fact that I may have several different designs for the same 'subject' decal. For example, I've got several different variations of 'Redneck' decals. The question that I pose is this, is there a way to use X-Sell as I am now to select the similar products, but then have it automatically set recipriocal links to the 'master' product and all the other 'child' products for each of the 'child' products? If this isn't clear, this is what I'd like to accomplish. I have three different Redneck decal products: RN1, RN2, RN3 . I use the interface and chose RN1. I then add RN2 and RN3 to be xsell/child products of the parent RN1. Now here's the hook. At this point, I'd like to be able to have RN2 have xsell/child products RN1 and RN3 as well as RN3 to have xsell/child products RN2 and RN3 without having to go to each one and hand select them. Does anyone have any ideas on how to modify the contrib to go about accomplishing this?
  5. Hi Guys. I'm running up against something while using EP to export my froogle data. The problem I'm having is not with EP, but more with getting it to do what I want. My store sells vinyl decals. I would like each product in the froogle file to have " 6 inch Vinyl Decal" appended to the item name. I've wadded through the code a bit and tried to hard code it in, but I haven't been able to find the right spot. The workaround I've been using is to manually add this information in in Excel. This is getting to be painful as I add more and more decals. To recap, I'm trying to pull the existing product names like: Dreamcatcher Ain't Skeered Lone Wolf to be converted to: Dreamcatcher 6 inch Vinyl Decal Ain't Skeered 6 inch Vinyl Decal Lone Wolf 6 inch Vinyl Decal for the froogle exported data only. Many thanks!
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