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  1. I made that for the Demo. It will be available shortly in my next 28d package.
  2. Developer Feedback Channel

    All, please refrain from posting in the Developer Feedback channel unless you are;

    1.  A client of the developer
    2.  The developer (ie, right of reply)

    Thank You.

  3. The short answer is "no". Maybe that is something you can do to help the community ?
  4. If it still happens after cleaning/changing the DB...the root cause needs to be found. I don't recall ever being contacted about anything similar (not by emai or at github), so it can't be a widespread issue.
  5. Empty, Optimise, Repair the sessions table. Then; Make the field a text field. A text field can hold loads of data. I suspect the session object stored in the DB is being truncated.
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    Consolidated site on "Theme's"

    They've been out out of action for ages. Which one would you like to see particularly ?
  7. Not wrong at all At all; Edge is what I'm playing with at the moment, but all potential users of this software should be 127% aware that this Edge is my playground, so code may be changed - broken - reverted and so on. Put simply if you are a shopowner who is not technical...use Frozen. if you are a developer...develop for Frozen.
  8. It should be fairly straightforward if (and I do realise that is a big "IF") user has not changed core code. If no core code is changed; upload new files to overwrite old check any installed modules for new database entries
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    Facebook like/share

    Yes; admin > modules > boxes > {install} > {product social bookmarks} > {install module} That particular box is far from pretty though.
  10. Cool, just thought it was a bit strange to see my name in your addon, but as it's a derivative work I guess it has to be. You need to add in your details to that copyright, eg; Copyright (c) 2018, Z Iqbal based on code Copyright (c) 2018, G Burton (or something broadly equivalent to the above) ... and then make clear that any support requests must come here or elsewhere if you prefer them elsewhere (as I do support for my stuff off forum and wouldn't want people contacting me about it)..
  11. Be aware that EDGE is basically my playground. It is subject to changes in all files and there is zero support for it. If, as a shopowner, you want stable: Go Frozen. If, as a shopowner, you have a good developer or you are technically minded: Go Edge.
  12. There seems to be some confusion over the Naming Convention chosen...so, as posted elsewhere, let's set the record straight; I originally called it "BS" as a bit of a joke. I still like that name as it stands for *cough*BS*cough* err BootStrap. When it got quasi-official acceptance, that was changed to "CE" which stands for Community Edition. Under the umbrella of CE are (as of today) TWO releases; GOLD [ https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/archive/v2.3.4-GOLD.zip ] Bootstrap v3. FROZEN [ https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/archive/2341-Frozen.zip ] Bootstrap v3, with loads more modularity. Then there is a "special" rolling release called; EDGE [ https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/archive/master.zip ] Edge could be anything that is not GOLD or FROZEN. There are *hundreds* of versions of Edge, it all depends on the date you downloaded it. Put simply any changes made after you downloaded your Edge would not be in your shop unless you are making rolling changes to stay up-to-date. Simple, isn't it Well, I think so even if you don't.
  13. Bugs etc can be reported at https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/issues
  14. Edited Topic Title as this discussion is only for Frozen. Edge continues as a product. In case anyone is not understanding the concept of naming; osCommerce CE (Community Edition) of which Gold. A fixed release. Frozen. A fixed release. Edge. A rolling release. You should update to Frozen if on an older Edge or keep up to date with releases if you are already past Edge. If on Edge that is newer than Frozen, then you are pretty much on your own - you probably won't be able to get much help with it.
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