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[Contribution] - Payment Surcharge based on payment method

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This mod will set a percentage surcharge based on payent method assigned. It will handle multiple methods.

http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,1306

 

Please do NOT e-mail me to say that it is verboten to charge Paypal fees or CC fees or any such. Some non-profit organizations' members agree before hand to fees and such.


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Copy 2 files to their respective directories and turn it on in admin -. What's the problem?


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I know how to install it. When you click install, nothing happens. It simply refreshs the screen with the install button still there.

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Copy 2 files to their respective directories and turn it on in admin -. What's the problem?


"If you rundown your shadow, you will never catch it"

Bob Marley

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What install button are you clicking? There is none that I am aware of.

Are you talking about the activation button?

Did you upload the files to admin or to catalog?


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in the new snapshots/cvs version leading up to MS2, there have been multiple changes on the admin side, one of which is the way payment modules are installed by the admin panel - there is now an 'install' button for loading the modules.... :wink:


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in the new snapshots/cvs version leading up to MS2, there have been multiple changes on the admin side, one of which is the way payment modules are installed by the admin panel - there is now an 'install' button for loading the modules.... :wink:

 

Exactly

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I will take a look at the snapshot and get back to this thread if time permits


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