Comment out the lines in the corresponding tpl files. I’m not sure if there are two of them, maybe one for logged users and one for guests. But you should do it next time you update the store also. I don’t have tb installation at the moment so I can’t tell you which the files are exactly, sorry.
@the-rampage-rado said in Problem with updating 1.0.3 -> 1.0.5: "Cannot use object of type stdClass as array" on Cache.php:
you’re running your shop with toooooo many modules!!!
Unfortunately I don’t find any of them useless…
Nevertheless, all crucial problems are fixed, thanks for that, I still have some minor problems with modules, but I’ll try to find proper forum category to adress this.
Besides graphvisifire you also have to delete the GraphGoogleChart and GraphXmlSwfCharts modules.
These 3 modules are not mentioned in the upgrade process, but after deleting these 3 modules, ThirtyBees works fine
My point is, that for users familiar with shell/sql/git it is quite fast process, not so trouble-generating. Also it allows to keep your sources up-to date as frequently as you wish just with one command, within boundaries of one version of course.
And, of course, any “asking for trouble” could be mitigated significantly by doing backups.
…Also, the module ProductComments is on version 4.0.3, for both tb1.0.3 and 1.0.4, so if thats what version you have, you’re on the latest. I would consider looking at @datakick 's module revws though, it’s a big improvment on the stock module, and you can import your old ProductComments reviews into it. Again it will work on 1.0.3 and 1.0.4.