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Everything posted by Traumflug

  1. Thanks. This at least explains what the idea is.
  2. What's the point of presenting yet another page a customer has to agree with? Checkout page is just showing the cart and a 'proceed' button, so it's not exactly obvious what value another page of that kind adds.
  3. What exactly means "stopped working"? Do the requests for these files result in a 404? Are the <script> lines for some parts missing? Some malfunction? Software rarely stops working out of the blue, without any change to the code.
  4. It's perfectly fine to use headings of a certain size multiple times. Else one could have only six headings on the entire page, after all, and no two of the same size. H1 is usually used only once, for the page title. All others as often as needed. "Short description" means short description. No headings at all, just one or two regular paragraphs. That said, there are no technical restrictions. Use what matches your design best.
  5. Regarding a module one obviously has to ask the module developer/community.
  6. Original templates are in mails/ in the file system root. These get overwritten by updates. Overrides, not overwritten by updates, go into mails/ in the theme root.
  7. Is there a module involved? In my developer installation I see no 'Address Alias' field, there is apparently something generating this field in your installation. An obvious debugging step would be to uninstall this module. Another thing to look up is back office -> Localization -> Countries -> (click country). Parts for the formatted address can be changed for each country individually there.
  8. Traumflug


    It's Open Source. They can arrest developers, but not the code. For details on the raid, see https://www.zdnet.com/article/russian-police-raid-nginx-moscow-office/
  9. This test uses a PayPal server and PayPal decided to shut it down. Hence it's no longer working. It's an optional test, though, not prohibiting an installation. Simply ignore the warning and proceed.
  10. Four of these products would be 10 x 10 x 20 or 20 x 20 x 5 or 20 x 10 x 10 or ... Having so many possible combination explains why it's quite tricky to calculate "do they all fit?" Here we look at multiple items of the product only, often there are products of distinct size, which makes calculations even harder.
  11. Software rarely changes its behavior out of the blue. What were the last steps you did before these images vanished? Some change in hosting, perhaps?
  12. There is Module::getNotThemeRelatedModules() in AdminThemesController which intends to do something similar. Automatic detection is better than a handcrafted list, of course, still the new code might duplicate more existing code than necessary or allow to deprecate more of previous code. Regarding these additional warnings: a simple "Theme configuration was unclear about the following modules, please review whether these modules are (un)installed the way you need them: <X>, <Y>, <Z>, ...," would be sufficient for my taste, but I take we have quite distinct opinions about what to burden merchants with.
  13. What you call 'usability' was pure luck. Themes not defining what they need relied on the previous theme doing the right thing. Even the default theme had three distinct flavors: the one in config/xml/themes/themenname.xml, the one in the theme's config.xml, installation when doing a fresh shop installation was yet another flavor. Highly unreliable behavior.
  14. Here's an explanation of the issue and also some hints on how to fix it (on the thirty bees side, less as a merchant): https://stackoverflow.com/a/36146836
  15. Nice idea, but probably not doable. I see no chance to detect whether a module isn't mentioned because the theme developer doesn't want it to be installed, or whether it isn't mentioned by sloppiness. Fixing themes is trivial, though. Install the theme, get its appearance right, then exporting it creates a correct config.xml.
  16. Well, it should be redundant. A class preparing values for display shouldn't have to recalculate numbers. It should just display the ones existing in the database already. If reverting this commit makes a distinction, the revert likely just covers some other issue which puts these wrong numbers into the database first place. Another topic with a revert would be the loss of precision, because removed code was obviously not subject to the price rounding audit.
  17. Core Updater checks validity of all thirty bees core files. Just click 'compare' without changing the version. This calculates all the distinctions between files on your disk and the official distribution. Files not matching get reported as in need of modification. Note, however, there are modules out there which do such infiltration as part of their operations, so one always sees changes.
  18. It's certainly not as simple as clicking an 'update' button. thirty bees comes with a plethora of jQuery related files, one can update only all or nothing. On top of this, jQuery 3 is similar, but not entirely compatible with jQuery 1. There are compatibility files for mitigating the distinction. That said, jQuery 1.12 is considered to be safe (and compatible with the current 1.11.1). A request to update to 3.4 looks like a simple "use always the highest version number"-policy, without looking at the actual risks.
  19. I recently investigated such an installation and found that some files simply get deleted. This is what the hoster wrote: "Unfortunately, these files are deleted because our Firewall system consider them as suspicious. To my regret, they cannot be whitelisted. It is necessary to check these files and change the script." Notably, deleted files in question weren't uploaded directly through the network, but as a ZIP (module) package, so it's certainly not a firewall issue. Unpacking the ZIP resulted in 2 or 3 of the files missing, all others unpacked fine. I simply see no other choice than to turn off this "firewall", or if this is no option, to change hosting. If a hoster deletes files without telling the exact rules by which this is done, there is no chance to build a reliable system. That said, in the investigated case it worked to upload logos from another device. Uploaded from a desktop PC in the U.S. deleted the file, upload from a PC in the EU, or from a mobile device, worked. Totally bonkers.
  20. Antivirus on the server could delete such a logo. Solution is to turn this off. Antivirus on Linux is pointless.
  21. Rounding to 10 Rappen needs no code changes. One can set the number of decimals in general preferences, set this to 1 and turn auto-formatting of the currency off. Only caveat then: display after the decimal is limited to one digit then as well. As the second digit is always zero, it can get hardcoded in the theme. About prices and rounding: https://thirtybees.com/blog/prices-done-right/
  22. Da sollte man sich vielleicht nicht all zu sehr am Begriff "Rückerstattung" aufhalten. Technisch gesehen ist das einfach eine Rückabwicklung dessen, was vorher ausgestellt und bezahlt wurde.
  23. This 'keys' definition is used for database upgrades, only. Unused in normal operations.
  24. 4 hours ago, Occam said: You can avoid warnings like this by changing the count() function to _iscountable(): Not really. An empty array has a count of zero, but is countable: php > echo count([]); 0 php > echo is_countable([]); 1
  25. Ich betreibe zwar keinen Shop, doch Mindermengenzuschläge nerven. Da kauft man mehr als man braucht, nur um den Zuschlag los zu werden. Der Kunde bezahlt mehr, der Händler muss für's gleiche Geld mehr Ware verschicken, eine Loose-Loose-Situation. Deutlich angenehmer sind Staffelpreise. Braucht man nur drei Schrauben, kostet das Stück eben einen Euro. Juckt die Leute nicht sonderlich, deswegen kommen z.B. Baumärkte mit ihren Apothekenpreisen durch. Die Profis bekommen dagegen für ihren 500er-Pack einen konkurrenzfähigen Preis.
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