@lesley I already donated once for the cause. Next time I will do it when it makes sense for me. I’m pretty sure there are many ppl here who already use tb and didn’t donated a cent, but I don’t blame anyone.
@vincentdenkspel maybe I didn’t explained it like I wanted. Many ppl who were excited at the beginning already left, many of them valuable members (not like me). And I’m already considering some paid solutions, but since I’m using ps for years and tb is great alternative, and I waited more than a year already for the next release, I think I could wait a little more. I really missed that part for the paid version, but I don’t mind to pay for it. I’m running 1.5 store and if I will get support, after I pay for it, it would be even better for me.
@Traumflug thanks for the information, I didn’t know that. But I saw that @eleazar mentioned it in 10 February, which is 3 months ago. So he has maybe outdated version of the tb’s aeuc module, or you may be missed what is he talking about in that topic. If it is the first one I’m sorry for pointing that topic, I thought it could be of any help for the project.
Yeah, I shifted the check from checking what modules are active to actively checking the columns in the newsletter table. It seems that most newsletter modules respect the format, so that’s something we can work with.
Hmm, I’m wondering how this is supposed to work. I tried tawk.to out. Everything went smooth but I do have some concerns.
I do use the contact form on the contact page and have added in back-office contacts that this form should send the inquiries to my tawk.to ticketing email.
The problem is that it’s my server that becomes the sender so it seems to confuse tawk.to. When replying to the conversation the answer is sent to my server mail and not the entered mail into the form. Is this possible to solve?
I tried asking the tawk.to team but they didn’t answer emails and in chat they were actually pretty rude and not very customer friendly.