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  1. JcM Bank Transfer Payments V1.0 Phoenix This is a simple add-on that allows you to add Bank Transfer as a Payments option. It’s an update to an existing add-on so all credit to original author. It requires NO core changes so just copy over the files provided. Once it’s installed simply go to admin and install and turn on. Bank details are set in admin Email sent to customer will show bank details to make payment If you wish the invoice to show your bank details then you need to edit your invoice.php or use the one provided (this is optional). That’s it enjoy. It has only been tested on Phoenix 1.0.4.0 only. Can be seen working on this custom test site
  2. Hello, I made a new oscommerce store in the latest version (2.3.4.1). I tried to install some add-ons with filezilla. For some reason none of the add-ons will transfer via ftp. All the files fail transferring immediately and I see in red letters "File transfer failed" or "Critical file transfer error". If I try installing add-ons to my old store, it works. Does it sound like a permissions issue? When I set up the new store I set the permissions exactly as it's recommended in the Security Directory Permissions section of my oscommmerce account. In my old store most of the file permissions were left writeable. Also, does my admin directory have to be named "admin" or can it be called something else such as "adminVR"? any help is appreciated, thank you
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