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  1. There is a migration tool I used a couple years ago that did this very well when coming from prestashop. Its called MigrationPro. It moves all the core data pretty seamlessly.
  2. You should be able to just install a fresh version of Warehouse on TB. Then, from your old system theme modules, download the config files for your theme, menu, and homepage, and upload to the new one. This will bring everything over, except maybe if you have some images in your DB that may need to be repointed or added again. It's basically the same setup as when you start new and use one of the developer preset configurations. Only this time, you're using your own preset config files. I think he still has a YouTube video out there showing how to do it.
  3. Just found this feed. Customer merge would be a great feature add for the product.
  4. Just has this same issue. Spam to my contact us form, a new one each minute. Found this feed and updated code to the lower case variant as mentioned above and the spam stopped.
  5. Just updated. Seems to firing better than normal now. No new issues
  6. I've had similar happen before. Had to go find carriers in the database and switch them to active or inactive.
  7. I just let my IP set the currency, but leave the selector open in case they wish to change it, or if the IP reads incorrectly.
  8. The developer is using it in his I believe. store.datakick.com I believe is it. Ours uses it as well, twighockeycompany.com
  9. @Traumflug, I assume he's speaking about a similar format to amazon.com, walmart.com, or patagonia.com, which have separate pages. In their case, since they are multi-line retailers with thousands of different products, I see the appeal. It presents another opportunity to cross-sell. I assume they're doing it because data supports that they sell significantly more when structured that way. For companies that don't have a lot of cross-sold product opportunities, it probably doesn't make as much of an impact.
  10. Display of available coupon would be awesome.
  11. After about three years, I abandoned them a couple months back in favor of Stripe and Paypal. Fees were the same but the stripe integration allows refunds through backoffice module, which is a nice win. I used the embedded checkout, and every once in a while, a payment would process, but no order would hit my system. Users seem to like the separate paypal module setup versus the 2checkout combined one as well. Plus, the module seems to be updated more often.
  12. Currently running PHP version 7.3.12 without issue.
  13. x97wehner

    Payment Method

    The easiest is to bounce to their checkout where they can recognize if the customer uses google or apple pay in their browser. It's pretty seamless. Then if you use PayPal as well, their module operates the same way. We've never had a customer complaint.
  14. x97wehner

    Payment Method

    I just dropped 2checkout recently in favor of Stripe and PayPal. Used 2co for years, but they never updated their module and I was starting to see some data flow issues. It was worth switching for us.
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