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  1. eisenbeis

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    You are correct ... a "drop in" will not work. A good way would be to do it the way the osCommerce update was released a week ago. They started with the original install files, and modified those. By using a program such as Araxis Merge, a person could quickly compare their files with the contrib files and update only the relevant sections (it is assumed that folks recognize the changes they have made). Araxis Merge would also be a good way to create contrib files. The program would quickly show the differences between your file and an original file ... with the click of a button you could transfer the relevant updates to the original file and end up with a contrib file.
  2. eisenbeis

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    In Install_english.txt I have found an extra } at the end of [catalog]/login.php, Step 1 paste. This appears to be an error ... please advise. It would be nice if the modified files (the complete files, along with the snippets of code in the install.txt) were posted as part of the contrib. This would make it easy for us to use a program like Araxis Merge to quickly compare our current file with the modified file ... would eliminate errors and debugging time. Please ignore my previous email ... I have looked at this problem for a couple of days ... and just noticed that I must paste this code "after" the previous code, not "replace". However, it would still be nice if the modified files (the complete files, along with the snippets of code in the install.txt) were posted as part of the contrib. This would make it easy for us to use a program like Araxis Merge to quickly compare our current file with the modified file ... would eliminate errors and debugging time.
  3. AlexStudio, Good information, thanks! 1) Ok. 2) Ok. 3) Ok. New topic: 4) Under instruction 14: "... If you can access openSSL from your host, it's very easy to get your certificates." I have been told by my web host, the path to OpenSSL should be /usr/bin/openssl. Do I access this via a browser or ftp?
  4. Thanks for the prompt response! 1) Per my understanding, verification occurs when PayPal sends a message to the email adr entered ... that email provides a response link which provides verification to PayPal. I was wondering how that can occur since the email entered is a false adr. 2) I do have the module set to a test mode. I was wondering exactly what steps I must take to do the verification. Step 1 do this, step 2 do something else, etc. I have created the accounts in the PayPal sandbox. Do I need to enter my actual credit card number to verify it is working, or can I enter a bogus credit card number? 3) I deleted the bogus product / shipping options / instant download. However, I am getting the following message at the top of my page, "Warning: The downloadable products directory does not exist: /hsphere/local/home/eisenbei/mikeandclyde.com/catalogdownload/. Downloadable products will not work until this directory is valid." How do I get it to understand I am not selling a downloadable product?
  5. I have read your instructions with great interest ... and have a few questions. 1) For item 4: Since the email address is false, how does one "verify" the sandbox accounts? 2) For item 7: It is not clear, from these instructions, how I test purchasing the test.zip. Since I was unsure, I decided to put it into the shopping cart and check out. However, I stopped at the PayPal site where it asked me to enter a credit card number. Please advise. 3) Is the Downloads Controller 5.3 MS2.2 required if I am not selling files that are downloaded from my site?
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