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  1. Hi, thanks for the detailed response! And sorry for posting in the wrong forum :-) Oh yes, I think you nailed it! This plugin https://www.presto-changeo.com/prestashop-attribute-modules/34-113-prestashop-attribute-wizard-pro-module.html#/25-prestashop_version-all_versions looks great. Here is a link to a product in our store As you can see there is a selection of products that is curated by us and makes the customer's life easier by presenting them with a preselection. However the patterns, colors etc. should be chosen by the customer because it's just a matter of personal preference. In our case: would you suggest to buy the plugin you mentioned or is there in your opinion a different way to solve this problem if you're not a coder? Thanks, Felix
  2. Hey guys, I think the title already explains a lot of what I'm trying to achieve: 1. I want to do what Apple is doing basically: you are offering different product bundles (e.g. Macbook pro 15", 2.6 Ghz). 2. If you want to increase the size of the hard disk, you can just add more space to the existing bundle, if you want the color to be space grey instead of gold, you can choose that as well. 3. In the end, the customer should be able to have a fully customised product bundle. I'm in a niche where it makes sense to make bundles based on product selections, but the customer should be able to choose the size, the color and the pattern because it's just a matter of taste. So imagine the product bundle is called "complete outfit" and consists of 1 pair of shoes, 1 pair of trousers and a t-shirt. This selection should be fixed, but the customer should be able to change the size, the color etc. of these bundles. The most advanced module seems to be Advanced Pack, but I'm not sure if it's the right one for my needs. I want what Apple is doing basically (see screenshot). They ask you: - Which processor is right for you? - How much memory is right for you etc. How would I do this in Prestashop? I'm using Prestashop 1.6.1.17 Thank you! Felix
  3. Dear Prestashop forum, I've been reading on this forum for months now and I always found a solution to my problems. However for this one problem I simply cannot find a solution. Here's the deal: 1. I want to have double opt-in for customers who want to receive newsletters from us. 2. The double opt-in works fine for the "block newsletter" module. I activated "Would you like to send a verification email after subscription?" and it works fine 3. When registering for a new account and ticking the checkmark "I want to signup for the newsletter" all the user gets is an e-mail saying "Thank you for signing up for our newsletter". What I want is actually really simple and is required by German/Austrian law and is especially going to get really critical with the new General Data Protection Regulation that is going to be applicable as of May 25th, 2018! I want the user to confirm his e-mail and that he really wants to receive newsletters from us. How can I do to this not just for the "block newsletter module", but also for the registration page? I am using Prestashop 1.6.1.17 Thanks, Felix
  4. Hey guys, I've been trying to find a meet up in Vienna for a year now, but haven't found anything. Are there people in this forum from Vienna, Austria and would be interested in meetups? Looking forward to your replies! Best regards, Felix
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