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Anyone use 2checkout? I'd love to see a module update for TB

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I use the Github one they recommend. It works, but it's clunky and worst of all, slow. I've modified the CSS to adapt it to newer versions of prestashop and TB since they apparently won't. Wondering if anyone has modified at all to speed and clean it up?

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There are a couple: API: https://github.com/craigchristenson/prestashop-2checkout-api

Standard/Inline: https://github.com/craigchristenson/PrestaShop-2Checkout/

General setup instructions for the types: https://www.2checkout.com/shopping-cart/prestashop

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Ahh nice, its something we can work with, it has an open source license.

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@lesley Man, if you guys can make the inline one flow faster and cleaner, you'd be my hero. I've been trying to modify myself to disable the confirmation page since multiple customers have complained about it, but haven't been able to successfully.

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Oh dang, the inline one is the one that does not have a license. I will have to contact the author and see if he can add an open source license to it, or you can if you know him.

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In the process of setting up my account...

They have quite strict rules

  1. 1.Have to have agreements with suppliers or remove them from my website
  2. Doesn't support transactions for gift cards , credit slips, VOUCHERS, LOYALTY POINTS.

I have all of number 2 .. I do like the system but is it worth removing to please them 

 

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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.

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Just trying to find a good alternative for me .. TB Stripe doesn't work for me ,every time I try to pay I get taken back to my checkout in a constant loop.

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@AndyC 

tb stripe doesn't work for you?
just to be sure:
- you have also entered the live access data in the shop
- is the server / hosting suitable for this (the requirements)
- the payment settings in the shop are activated for stripe
- etc ... 

 

 

EDIT:
i have been using datakick's chex module in a shop for a few weeks now.
it is not yet perfect for all my shops, but stripe and paypal also work very well here

Edited by colorful-ant

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I think so ..have tried live and test keys

Tried different settings .Just checked it looks like Siteground accepts stripe. Am on a dedicate IP as well . Have tried Enable Stripe credit card form as enabled and disabled.

Maybe I should just check to make sure I am able to use tripe , although I should be able to in test mode

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Tried them both 😞 ..  both just go in a loop

I have another site and it working on there with Chex. so ???????

 

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