toasty Posted February 23, 2007 Author Share Posted February 23, 2007 Guys, After reading 15 pages of code fixes can we please have an updated version posted online as it's almost impossible to work via the forum. I have a problem with the options not appearing with the product info which i believe has been fixed in the forum but not via the contrib. Can thie be documented in the contrib properly rather than hack away at a very complexed set of 15 forum code changes. Personally I've spent over 3 months adding addon's and tweeking the oscommerce app, I dont want this addon to cost me another 3 months to try and fix. Scologic Hello Mark Welcome to the world of Open Source. If you would like to contribute to the ASP contrib then your time would be gratefully received. I no longer work on this contribution (because it works) except when I can help out without effecting other projects. Have you considered the time others put into creating what you have downloaded? I have nothing to gain here so what's with the 'guys do this and that?' I think you will find that actually there are only one or two very small tweaks in this forum. If you do find a 'fix' for your issue 'that can be explained' then I would happily document it; but most seem to get it working without to much of a problem and I am not aware of an explained 'issue' with an identified fix than can be incorporated into the contrib. I suspect this issue is to do with installation or a local setting (like languages - remember this is not yet multi-lingual friendly and osC has three languages on by default) and/or some other contribution interfering. Make sure you have only one language enabled. If you have other languages enabled and set it to one language after creating options then you need to remove the other language data from the database (or delete the options and re-create). Just a thought that might help. osCommerce is not very 'module' friendly so it is a complex job to make it work the way you want it - but hey; its free and there's nothing else that can touch it - even now. Final thought - when you get this properly installed it makes your life a lot easier!...oh; ....it took me three montrhs when I started out - consider it the learning curve. regards Chris. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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