Because we need the same in the Swedish shop with a lot of different fabrics on office furniture I bought a PS module called mass combinations update. There you can just tick which image should be shown on each combination
I just bought it and installed the module. Thanks so much for letting me know about it!
I’m sorry, but this workaround doesn’t do it in every case. We tested this already. You can disabled smarty cache to avoid this annoying caching error. This works in any case! But that’s not really an elegant solution. Neither the PS 1.7 solution by splitting hookDisplayProductPriceBlock.tpl.
We have a great module in Germany, Presta plus by Online Shopsysteme, which can be combined with AEUC. Among a lot of other features it provides the possibility of individual delivery times per product and repairs the AEUC cache problem. Works like a charm with TB.
In Prestashop it is quite easy to reproduce the AEUC cache error by just login in as customer during order. As soon as you log out the double or triple display of the tax label vanishes. But it’s different in TB, though sometimes you still get this error, but not with login. May be this is a result of improved cache management in TB.
I’m Canadian but have lived in Osaka for about 25 years.
We sell a variety of things. On the “new product” side we sell Casio/Seiko/Citizen watches, Shimano/Daiwa/Miya reels/rods/other tackle, lines & lures from many Japanese companies, some music-related items, some AV stuff, some computer parts & accessories, some camera equipment. On the “used product” side we sell used photo gear (mostly lenses) as well as used handbags, LV and Chanel in particular. In the past year we have not focused much on the used business but do plan to get back to it later this year.
Rakuten is a Japanese company and one of the world’s largest eCommerce platforms. They also own a bank and some other businesses such as a point system used by many companies, credit cards, etc. The site layout is very Japanese which means it will make your eyes bleed to look at it for too long. Here is a item page from a Rakuten seller that I just pulled at random now. I’ve never looked at this item before now but it’s an example of a typical product page on Rakuten. The majority of information on the page has nothing to do with the product being sold and you actually have to dig around on many pages to find product information. This is quite common on Japanese websites.
I tested it on my server. I see now favicons in Firefox, which didn’t show up before. But I think there is still a problem with multistore. It adds to every shop the same icon in Firefox (in Chrome & Edge it’s correct).