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  1. 3 points
    Forget the decoration, neither GitKraken nor PHPstorm are necessary. To get started, copy one of the themes: cd themes cp -rp community-theme-default my-new-theme Which one doesn't matter. Both are technically almost the same, just (S)CSS is quite distinct. Then edit config.xml inside the new theme with your favorite code editor (vi, nano, geany, gedit, sublime, whatever): cd my-new-theme geany config.xml Edit fields name and directory in the upper few lines. Each appears twice. Name is arbitrary, directory should match the actual directory. Save the file. Why these edits are necessary? Well, PrestaShop decided it this way 10 years ago and changing this would easily break existing themes. At this point you can install the theme already. It'll look like the one you copied, but it's the new one. Then you can build the theme: npm install npm run compile-css npm run format-js npm run copy-index npm run clean-up First command is needed only once, second command is the essential one, the other ones are tidying up code a bit. As you didn't change anything yet, a new build shouldn't change anything. Now you're ready for editing the theme. Template file (.tpl) file edits take effect immediately. JavaScript files as well. Just reload the page in your browser and the change is there. Regaring CSS: don't edit .css files, but the .scss ones. After each edit, rebuild the theme, then reload the page in the browser. At this point you're in the middle of development already. Cheers!
  2. 2 points
    Hi, I am the author of the module and this works without issue on my own TB site. I suspect you have tried installing the github zip file that is not packaged as a module and hence will not work. The TB marketplace is supposed to automatically create the module based on the github code but it stopped working. I raised this many months back but nobody is taking care of it. Try installing the attached module zip. P.S.: I am a merchant and not really a developer, so expect limited support. blockinstockproducts-2.2.2.zip
  3. 1 point
    This custom code isn't the right place, to add new functionality. This is made for adding external js files (like Google Analytics or so). You can add the js code also in product.tpl. Just use something like: {literal}<script>Your code...</script>{/literal}
  4. 1 point
    Thanks so much for this. It worked. pb4sc
  5. 1 point
    I've disabled the Advanced EU Compliance module and thats fixed it.
  6. 1 point
    This is a bug in the core, thanks for bringing this up https://github.com/thirtybees/thirtybees/issues/1242
  7. 1 point
    And what did you do right before you went to sleep ? 🙂
  8. 1 point
    Hi everyone We know it's now been a while since our first post. While we'd love to have new news to share, we're still waiting for some important documents to continue the negotiations. Someone here mentioned that buying a company can sometimes take months. Unfortunately we're seeing that this may be the case here too. We are eager to pick up the reigns and move TB forward, but will have to ask you all for your continued patience while we sort out all the details of purchasing TB. We're picking up that it could still take many weeks before this thing has been finalised. On the plus side, we do have some info to share: The Core Developer has essentially been finalised and has indicated that he is on board (subject to the sale of TB being concluded and other details, of course). We will reveal who, once everything is sorted. He will be full-time. And you will be more than happy 😉 We plan to move TB forward with continued maintenance and improvements and evolution. Making TB better, by building on its solid foundation and listening to the community. Not ripping it up and starting again. So no plans to change architecture or any crazy Prestashop 1.7 or Symfony ideas. There will be roadmaps, bug fixes, new features, enhancements, support and massive community involvement, feedback and participation. We look forward to finalising the negotiations and purchase of TB. We will provide feedback within the next few months. Hopefully sooner. In the meantime, please keep using and promoting TB. We promise an exciting future for TB ahead. Thanks for all your support 👍
  9. 1 point
    I am not part of the new team. As the new team doesn't want to give recognition yet, I say something: Because I have private contact to all almost all big contributors of this project, I have quite a clear idea, who the new owner will be (ofc I won't reveal anything to anyone). The new team is not any mysterious investor, who is lacking of tb/ps expierence. If this deal will be done, all TB users will be better of... So please @all: relax 🙂
  10. 1 point
    Looking forward to the new owners taking over. There is probably a lot in the works so good luck
  11. 1 point
    @toplakd @Kashir2000 No, it is true. I think everyone here knows about my health issues being the reason I cannot really continue forward with thirty bees. So a couple of months ago I started exploring having someone buy me out and take over the project. I found a group of active users in the community who were up to the challenge. thirty bees will be under new control shortly with renewed vigor led by new owners.
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