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  • It would be nice if you'd post the code here or setup a txt file version at your site. Using wget/curl is not going to get us your php code - just what the php outputs.
  • Use Ghostery addon to Firefox if you want to stop (almost) all javascript based tracking. I was surprised they block a javascript for "heatmapping" clicks, and open source javascripts for doing your own site analysis. Their attitude is all tracking…
  • There is sort of an error feed for subscriptions already. I get expiring cards, subscriptions and bad transactions in it. Maybe the same kind of XML could be used for bad transactions. What would you use it for? Just admin oversight or to send so…
  • Having just cleaned out a mess of these from my admin panel... What you're seeing is fairly normal. People forget their card is expiring or close accounts that were connected to their debit card. I'm using pay pal pro too. The messages are a bit …
  • This morning it seems the customer relations person has deleted some of the old transactions on this customer since I posted. The customer says he forgot to put a J in from of jim in his email, so he corrected it on Dec 4th. I saw a Jan 4th and F…
  • Found the transaction when he changed the information: 2546146 12/4/2010 and it wasn't im -> jim but email address. There was no charge Jan but it started in Feb.
  • Thank goodness you can select a dom element in the Chrome inspector and then COPY and get an HTML fragment in your copy buffer. I was able to use diff on identically sized windows, one good colorbox, one bad colorbox. Here's the results: @ - …
  • SO there is a color box problem, you saw it and it went away - my least fav kind of bug. It isn't fixed just hiding waiting for perfect conditions. I'm bug reporting to FoxyCart because you deal with colorbox all the time, may have seen this and …
  • I used to use JSure to check javascript but is seems to be a dead project. JSLint not much use on large blob of JS. Sent Colorbox author an email ref'ng this discussion. Keeping track of failures on the test page at http://solari.com/badbox/ …
  • IE 8 fails a different way. It diverts directly to the price link - no box at all!?! See screen shot at http://solari.com/badbox/ I'm going onto something else for a while, before brain-splode.
  • Just got a reply from Jack Moore: On Apr 1, 2011, at 2:54 PM, Jack Moore wrote: You should always load colorbox's stylesheet before the JavaScript. The script needs the style from the CSS to be present when it does it's calculations to deter…
  • I had this happen with IE8 and colorbox problems. Solution for me was make sure all CSS is included before scripts. Colorbox likes to know the size of things when it's script loads. How this caused IE8 to goof up I don't know. It also fixed mystery …
  • See http://forum.foxycart.com/comments.php?DiscussionID=4436&page=1#Item_8 Discussion includes link to pictures. I spent 12 hours figuring this one out. Bottomline: new rule of thumb: ALWAYS include CSS before script.
  • I've read through SSO twice on two days - I don't think it's what I need unless you're suggesting getting in the midst of sso to intercept the checkout page. For now I'm going to use document.ready for a hook. Probably do some monkey biz is CSS t…
  • Thanks Luke. Good to know because I'm starting to process the xml feed and I'll have to ignore the credit card stuff. Don't want to pester the users.
  • They don't sign in because they don't have a password until they purchase a subscription (to digital info). We then email them one. We have customers that despised us having the password they used in foxycart ("You'll be able to buy things with m…
  • Can you get away with setting the shipping on a cart category instead of using js? At least until they can give you a better answer? Good luck.
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  • She got a notice for renewal. She went to renew via link. Clicked pay with paypal. Signed into paypal to pay. Something asked for a password - which she didn't remember. So she asked for a new password (probably paypal but she isn't sure) She p…
  • Wow this weird. She couldn't get thru on her Mac in safari or firefox. She switched to her PC and it all worked fine. The error she got was Invalid password on the foxy checkout page where you can update your customer information. But the exact s…
  • Yes the CSRF are her try to put in the foxy temp password and then going back - probably causing some post to happen again. I think I whispered Brett on the transactions problem - not related to this gal - hers is just using "invalid password ove…
  • Down graded yesterday to 071 - not much difference. Once excrement hit the fan, no one wanted beta. Probably going to try 071 again once things settle down and we see some normal renewals. We usually see groups of them every few days. I think I h…
  • Customer service talked to her. I suspect auto fill of the password field messed her up. Some browsers (Chrome come to mind) are bad about auto filling even after you think it could never happen.
  • Doubtful it could cause problems for 070 stores - the wiki docs say set = 1 to get the info.
  • Here's a rails schema for what we use. When you see something ending in _id it usually is the id of a record in another table for joins. Maybe this will get you started on your own database scheme. Note the users table at the end is extracted from …
  • Brett - I'm talking about the example "text" template in admin. It just need to be spiffed up. I did so in my template. So far so good.
  • This is kind of a tricky area but there are more ways to do it in 070. I handle all the adjustment when I receive the transaction XML. SO if Joe has a 6 month subscription and in month 3 he buys a one year sub: just add the two together, (6 - 3) …
  • So far, only in admin. It's not to bad if you only have 25 or so to do. So you're thinking add a transaction_datafeed api call where it selected "unfed" then sends them? I think that would be good but it's very much an exceptional, once a year (o…
  • BTW - got a very long timeout and error posting this - error was something about not parsing XML. Good thing I checked before hitting post again and again!
  • Wow that's amazingly stupid they lost the data. It reminds me that PCI doesn't guarantee smart people at the other end!