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@burt,

Thanks, can you do this also in the addon description on the marketplace, please.

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5 minutes ago, raiwa said:

@burt,

Thanks, can you do this also in the addon description on the marketplace, please.

Ony HPDL can do that, sorry.  I'd maybe just upload it again?


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Actualizado para Phoenix 1.0.0.3.
(la versión para Phoenix será separada de la versión para Frozen cuando esté disponible la etiqueta propia para addons Phonix) 

https://apps.oscommerce.com/f8hiQ&espanol-para-osc-responsive-bs-ce-edge

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All folders and files are located in the root directory after unpacking on Linux server.
Path not saved.

Create a zip archive in another way.

Thanks.

 

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Please unpack on your local computer and upload.

Can someone else try to unpack on a Unix/Linux/ Mac and check. I have only windows.

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Is it possible that the problem are the dots and the ñ in the version name:

CE_Phoenix_1.0.0.3_español

Ok. I'll change that in the next update.

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28 minutes ago, ruden said:

All folders and files are located in the root directory after unpacking on Linux server.
Path not saved.

Hello Ruben,

I uploaded the zip package to a Linux server and unzipped there.

All paths are correct maintained. The only issue is that the "ñ" character gets renamed in the folder and install.txt name:

(dots are not a problem)

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Edited by raiwa

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Tested remotely

After extracting files directory is empty

The screenshot shows what the error is
The special name is used in the archive folder name

espa�ol

Please rename folder
CE Phoenix v1.0.0.3_español

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Posted (edited)

In console linux all is well

unzip oscom-espanol-para-osc-responsive-bs-ce-f8hiQ-p33Fg.zip -d '/home/ruden/test'
warning:  oscom-espanol-para-osc-responsive-bs-ce-f8hiQ-p33Fg.zip appears to use backslashes as path separators

 

Edited by ruden

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OK, I'll update the name for the next version to " CE Phoenix v1.0.1.0_espanol"

However this package with the "ñ" in the folder name is published since more than 3 years and no one has reported any problems with it. The usual procedure is to unzip on a local computer and copy/upload only the content of the catalog folder into the store directory.

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On 7/16/2019 at 2:10 PM, ruden said:

In console linux all is well


unzip oscom-espanol-para-osc-responsive-bs-ce-f8hiQ-p33Fg.zip -d '/home/ruden/test'
warning:  oscom-espanol-para-osc-responsive-bs-ce-f8hiQ-p33Fg.zip appears to use backslashes as path separators

 

@ruden, Done 😊

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Hola raiwa @raiwa

Muchas gracias por la actualización a la versión 1.0.4.0. Como siempre un impresionante trabajo!!!

Por ahora todo funciona un lujo!!

Saludos

Valqui


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