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  1. The point of turning debug mode on is to see and read the error message. This text there means something to people with some programming knowledge.
  2. You certainly can. Because the platform won't loose features just by time advancing. If there are sufficient features to run the shop now, these features will be there in 3 years as well. And there are a number of reliable developers.
  3. Back office lists all thirty bees modules, no need to download them elsewhere. Just go to back office -> Modules and Services and search for 'wish':
  4. Most content is generated by modules. Without modules, front office shows up almost empty. Whether a module is enabled is a per-shop setting. A module can be enabled in one shop, but not in another. Which means, if you go multishop, you might have to enable some modules for one shop or the other.
  5. If there are only a few items with low shipping costs, one can also custom-set a carrier for each of these products on the product edit page.
  6. Such encrypted exceptions decrypt only in the shop where they were made. That's the entire point of encryption 🙂 Exceptions sometimes contain sensitive data, handing this out to generic shop visitors might not be what a shop owner wants.
  7. Looks like this was some caching issue. One of these many caches sprinkled all over the place ...
  8. There's module 'ecbexchange' / 'ECB Exchange Rate Services' which keeps currency conversion rates up to date. Not for every currency on the planet, but for those exchange rates provided by the European Central Bank. Find it in your back office, it's a module provided by thirty bees.
  9. Apparently you didn't run sudo apt-get install php-mbstring That said, latest Ubuntu installs PHP8 by default, which isn't compatible with thirty bees. PHP 7.4 works much better: sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends libapache2-mod-php7.4 php7.4-gd sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends php7.4-bcmath php7.4-xml sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends php7.4-json php7.4-zip sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends php7.4-mysql php7.4-mbstring sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends php7.4-curl Then switch Apache and command line to actually use PHP7.4: sudo a2dismod php\* sudo a2enmod php7.4 sudo service apache2 restart sudo update-alternatives --set php /usr/bin/php7.4
  10. You need a space between {} and \;. @yaniv14 made the same typo.
  11. As part of the work to speed up a pretty feature-rich shop, a strategy was researched to provide social buttons without loading third party resources. This is the result: Blog Post 2021-05-27 Works just great! And fast!
  12. Zu Beginn der Installation dürfen die Tabellen noch nicht vorhanden sein. Gar keine Datenbank geht, eine leere Datenbank geht auch. Dritte Möglichkeit ist, einen anderen Prefix zu verwenden (nicht 'tb_', sondern z.B. 'tb2_').
  13. It's obviously relevant for any shop software. I think it can be solved with catalog price rules, one for each distinct VAT percentage.
  14. I think I've got it now. thirty bees' version of Core Updater chokes when being asked to update from an unknown version, AFAIR. Core Updater 2.0 has this issue fixed: https://github.com/merchantsedition/coreupdater/releases/tag/2.0.0 (install the .zip file manually in your back office) This version of Core Updater comes with not two, but four channels. Channels 'thirty bees Stable' and 'thirty bees Bleeding Edge' are fed by genuine thirty bees sources, so you get a genuine thirty bees installation after updating.
  15. This looks entirely fine. Just ignore the "current version".
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