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jhrcfernandes

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  1. @shokinro Yes, it helped, and I'm thinking of implementing your suggestion. My other option would be to make each catalog its own store (multi-store). Each store would be configured with a different language and have its set of products. Can I create a kind of language menu that would link to each store (even if with hard-coded links)? Just wondering if possible and if so, which solution is the simpler, due to deadline issues. Thanks.
  2. Hello. I'm trying to use PrestaShop to launch an online store from 4 printed catalogs. Each of these catalogs is in a different language and has a common product base. But each have also it's own set of products. So, I need to able to create each of these catalogs on Backoffice, with some products that exist on all 4 catalogs and some specific products that only exist on it's specific catalog. Also, each of these catalogs must be located in it's specific language. On the front-end, i need a language dropdown or language menu that, on language selection shows the respective catalog. I thought I could do this with multi-store feature, but don't know how to link a specific language to a specific store. Thought also on using categories for this, but I don't think I can "isolate" categories for a single language. Thanks for any advice.
  3. "But you will need payment modules for customers to purchase token/credits. " Which already are available natively on PrestaShop, correct? (like paypal, visa, and others)
  4. Hello. I'm from the development department in a small company in Portugal and we are looking for an open source e-commerce solution for a project. We're considering PrestaShop and your Agile module. We need some features that from what I read here I think your module gives answer to, completely or partially, but we need to be sure. Those features are: The shop dealing only in a virtual currency, named points (tokens?), instead of real currency; All products being priced in that virtual currency, showing in the Front-End it's price only in points (no real currency), for instance, "Product X costs 100 points"; The customers having a points wallet, that they can "fill" buying "packs of points" using the usual payment methods; Deals being made by having customers trading points for products, so, there's no payment method selection on check-out. Thank you. José Fernandes
  5. Hello. I'm from the development department in a small company in Portugal and we are looking for an open source e-commerce solution for a project. We're considering PrestaShop, but we need a feature in which products will have it's value set in points instead of real currency and the store customers would have kind of a "points wallet", that they would be abble to trade for products. They would be purchasing products with points instead of real currency. Does PrestaShop has some kind of built-in feature that allows this functionality? Thank you. José Fernandes
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