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  1. I never understood the meaning and purpose of the quote() function parameters on shipping.php class: class shipping { (...) function quote($method = '', $module = '') { neither the sub-uses on shipping modules, for example: class usps { function quote($method = '') { Ok, in this example I can see using of $method parm: if (($method == '' && in_array($type, $this->types)) || $method == $type) { if (strpos($type, "Flat Rate")) $type_flat = $type . ', subject to verification'; else $type_flat = $type; $methods[] = array('id' => $type, 'title' => $type_flat, 'cost' => ($cost + MODULE_SHIPPING_USPS_HANDLING) * $shipping_num_boxes); } But, excuse me, I can't imagine the meaning. Can anybody explain us what's the meaning and when is useful to use it? Thanks a lot, seriously: your answer can alleviat a dude in my mind from several years ago! (excuse my English) :D
  2. I have paypal standard working. I want to use the 'log-in with paypal', but the documentation seems to diverge from clarity. There will be others wanting to do the same thing - so lets leave them some breadcrumbs in this thread. (Those updating to Oscommerse 2.3.4 will want to get their content module working first). First - under content we have a module - 'log in with paypal'. It has a link to a 'support web site' and lists requirements - that we need to create a Paypal Application at the paypal developer site. That page says nothing about OsCommerse and has all sorts of things apparently unrelated to what I'm doing. (Looks like they want to sell a deal to have Paypal provide a shopping cart). It looks like paypal is calling all sorts of things "apps" - which to me and many others first means a cell phone 'app' (a downloadable program - an applet - a small application). (I think they are using the term to mean 'application' and trying to sound like a cool cellphone user?) There are two kinds of 'apps'[sic] listed on their site - "REST API apps" and "Classic API apps" (classic API apps used to be called "Adaptive API apps" (someone likes to make the simple complicated) (which means they are really talking about an api? - calling it an app?) Anyway - what in the world is the precise name of the paypal 'application' that am I looking for here: https://developer.paypal.com/
  3. Hello, Can somebody help with documentation? Give link or send to mail. Interested developer documentation for version 3.0.2. sorry for my english)
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