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I apologise for sounding dumb but I have just started using this solution and wanted to know if anyone knew if the following addons where in circulation.

 

1. Customers Order History - the ability to have a add to cart button next to each item in a customers order (when viewing previouse orders) so they can re-order the same item instead of going through the products again.

 

2. Different Postal Pricing options - If spending £150 then £FREE PP / £100 then £8 PP / £50 then £10 PP (at the moment I only have flat rate option)

 

3. Favorites/Wish List Tab so customers can add things to it - again to save going through the products again.

 

If anyone has any other tips on this solution it would be gratefuly appreciated.

 

Many Thanks
Dave

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1 - Install the Order History module or infobox, depending upon your version of oscommerce, that is already included.

 

2 - Use the Table Rate module that is already included. 

 

3 - Install the Wish List addon.

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have got the table rate installed but it keeps telling me not able to ship to this address.

 

Can I take it 50:10.00,100:8.00,150:0.00 (example - £50 - £10 PP etc)

 

Thanks

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I haven't looked at the code for that module in quite a while but I don't think there is any address checking done in it. You may want to try placing the order using the flat module to see if the same failure occurs.

 

The table you list depends on if you chose price or weight in the settings. But the first number is the amount while the second is the charge. You can read it as:

 

Up to 50  charge 10.00

From 50 to 100 charge 8.00

From 100 to 150 it's free

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figured out what the problems is and the end value does not like 0.00

 

100:10.00,150:8.00,10000:0.00 - DOES NOT Work

 

100:10.00,150:8.00,10000:0.10 - Does work

 

Anyone know how to get around it please ?

Thanks

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Your previous post showed you were using the price option. So 10000:0.00 means if they order £10,000 worth of product, it's free. Do you really want to give away that much?

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Managed to get the work around --> Admin Panel --> Modules --> Shipping

 

Then edit the amount for free shipping.

 

Thanks for the help Jack_mcs

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