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  1. We use this. it is pretty good http://www.store-opart.fr/p/25-devis.html
  2. Hi Shockinro So is your module compliant for the new paypal TLS 1.2 requirements?
  3. We do that using M4Pdf module http://www.presta-addons.com
  4. If you are UK based seller it may be a problem going forward. I am still trying to get clarifications but it seems there are changes to Paypal with regards to TLS 1.2 requirements. I do not think 3.10.2 is compliant, hence the changes. BUT the dev of the module is now saying that the module will not be compliant with UK any more and they point to a paid version for around £200 So it seems going forward UK sellers alone will have to pay to use a Paypal module
  5. haylau

    PayPal UK - Europe?

    No response from Devs' I have also contacted prestashop directly on their twitter and facebook pages. Still waiting for a response
  6. In French forum. I can;t speak French, but seems to suggest the fault is known be the developer who is working on a fix https://www.prestashop.com/forums/topic/520686-bug-paypal-3106/page-2?do=findComment&comment=2304579
  7. haylau

    PayPal UK - Europe?

    I have asked the developer, but no response yet (202ecommerce) I also want to know if we do not upgrade the module, will it still continue to work. Reports are suggesting that if you do upgrade it could stop working
  8. Will you not have a problem with authentication? When you enter your customers credit card details you could be directed to a 3D secure page? Like verified by Visa? Your customer will not want to divulge their password for that We do it by logging into Paypal virtual terminal which only requires the 3 digits from the back of the card
  9. http://addons.prestashop.com/en/1748-paypal.html Says: This module is available for the following countries: France, Italy, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Turkey, Israel, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Poland, Greece, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Russia. But also Asia, Oceania and Latin America, except Mexico. For USA & Canada, please use PayPal USA & Canada module For United Kingdom & Ireland, please use Paypal Direct Payments module For Mexico please use Paypal Mexico module
  10. Are you UK sellers? It seems the module is no linger compatible with UK. I don't know why and I am trying to find out. The alternative is a paid module at around £200!
  11. Try this: http://www.presto-changeo.com/en/shipping-modules/83-localized-shipping.html
  12. Thanks for the reply. I am still thinking about the module. I only need a few small changes which I think this will enable me to do With the editing of css - I suppose it depends on functionality. What will being able to edit the actual css enable us to do that the module does not already do? I suspect most users want a very simple system to make small changes. I am looking at this module to see if I can change a couple of colours, but mainly change some columns widths. I do not want to mess with .css files just point and click seems perfect to me. But I think the module is already a little expensive for making just a few small changes. So I would just add to the module as it is, make it a wider appeal for the same price
  13. Does this create an extra CSS file or does it still get combined with the cached css file. Google only likes one css file
  14. Hi We are using module version 2.2.2 with prestashop 1.6.1.3 and "Invoice with message from a customer" The code for the customer message is: <!-- start order message block --> {if $order[orders].message.message} <div class="clear">{l s='Customer\'s message:' mod='m4pdf'}</div> <div class="clear">{$order[orders].message.message|escape:'htmlall':'UTF-8'}</div> {/if} <!-- end order message block --> The problem we have is that there is often more than one customer message (for example our quote module will add the quote number as a message, the customer might leave their own message and the payment system also adds a message) Now what happens is that each message is put on a new page rather than a new line. So, one customer with one order is getting a three page invoice. Each page contains the full invoice details plus one of the messages Anyway to join all these messages so they appear on the same page?
  15. All I can say is that we have been using that module successfully for years. And I KNOW it was originally compatible with UK, but I can now see on the module page is says it is not. Hmmm, just a thought. We have a note through from PayPal saying they are making some major changes with regards to card payments (not read it yet) so perhaps it is something to do with this future change so I better keep my eyes open
  16. Actually thinking about it, I think I had to set it up as standard first mode first,which allows you to enter all the API stuff. Save it, then switch to Pro
  17. We use this for product translation http://www.presto-changeo.com/en/prestashop-modules/19-website-translator.html
  18. Works fine for me in the front office. Perhaps just a glitch? Log out. Clear your browser caches and try again
  19. http://addons.prestashop.com/en/1748-paypal.html We use this. It is free, and works well We are in the UK, we have PayPal pro (The £20 a month offering) Occasionally payPal gets it's knickers in a twist, but so can any payment system. We used to have problems with orders not showing, but that has cleared up. After a lot of investigation (with PayPal) we came to the conclusion that PayPal stops trying for a while. Let me explain it this way. When a payment in made on PayPal it sends a message back to Prestashop and the order is finalised. However if PayPal cannot communicate back with prestashop (perhaps a serve glitch, or the site is in maintenance mode) then it stops trying for a short time. It then tries again, if it still cannot get through, it tries again but waits a bit longer. This goes on and on, it waits longer and longer. Eventually it gives up trying. Then after a few days it tries again. So, when you are developing a site, with lots of tests and down times, and perhaps server issues it can cause Paypal to give up for a few days The good thing is that it is very easy to keep an eye on your paypal account and see the orders coming through. When you see a Payment there, you will see the value, and the customer details. Pop into the prestashop back office and you will be able to see the abandoned cart and it is a simple click then to create the order Let this go for a week or two and I am sure you will find it eventually sorts itself out We have no issues since our server and development settled down.
  20. http://addons.prestashop.com/en/1748-paypal.html We use this. It is free, and works well We are in the UK, we have PayPal pro (The £20 a month offering) Occasionally payPal gets it's knickers in a twist, but so can any payment system. We used to have problems with orders not showing, but that has cleared up. After a lot of investigation (with PayPal) we came to the conclusion that PayPal stops trying for a while. Let me explain it this way. When a payment in made on PayPal it sends a message back to Prestashop and the order is finalised. However if PayPal cannot communicate back with prestashop (perhaps a serve glitch, or the site is in maintenance mode) then it stops trying for a short time. It then tries again, if it still cannot get through, it tries again but waits a bit longer. This goes on and on, it waits longer and longer. Eventually it gives up trying. Then after a few days it tries again. So, when you are developing a site, with lots of tests and down times, and perhaps server issues it can cause Paypal to give up for a few days The good thing is that it is very easy to keep an eye on your paypal account and see the orders coming through. When you see a Payment there, you will see the value, and the customer details. Pop into the prestashop back office and you will be able to see the abandoned cart and it is a simple click then to create the order Let this go for a week or two and I am sure you will find it eventually sorts itself out We have no issues since our server and development settled down.
  21. Click the View Invoice button which will download the invoice to your computer, then email it yourself
  22. From the Order page. Look where it has the "payment accepted" status. next to that there is the Resend Email button This is only on the latest version of prestashop I think (1.6.1?)
  23. I did not think it was mandatory. Can you give prestashop version, country (may be set in country settings), do you have B2B switched on? Do you have a link for us to test?
  24. This is what I use, it is free and we are UK http://addons.prestashop.com/en/1748-paypal.html
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