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  1. Well... it is a running business... and it has many personalizations, so we cannot change things so easily. Changing template, ps version and everything at the same time it can be too risky and too big, that's why I prefer a step by step migration. Keep the same template, and change ps version, even if it is just 1.4... If anybody has any comments, please let me know.
  2. What does it change between 1.3 and 1.4? Is it something that can be done quickly? Anybody has a guide for template upgrading? Is 1.5 much more different? Thanks a lot.
  3. I own a business which is selling enough to pay 3 people, running 1.3 in a template which does not work immediately in 1.4 or 1.5. Our store has been customized in many places, including modules and some core files, althought it is properly tracked with a code repository. Our goal is to sell more, and for that it could be useful to have the features that 1.4 or 1.5 have... so my question is: Should we upgrade? If we should, what version is it worth to upgrade? Of course 1.5 has more features, but 1.4 might be more similar so the change might be less traumatic. Of course, we do not want to lose any ranking in Google, we do not want to have any new 404 error page, etc.... What is your expectation in terms of time for a migration like this? Please consider this is a running business, and our salary depends on the fact that the store keeps running. Also consider that we want to use the same template, as we do not want customers to feel both changes at the same time... Any comment will be appreciated. Thanks
  4. I know this is old... but I still face the same problem. How did you solve this? I thought about including a file at the end of de.php to a common file... Anybody has other ideas?
  5. We have an online store with prestashop selling in many different countries, mostly european countries. We would like to let customers pay with as many methods as possible but we don't like when payment gateways ask them to register with their systems (examples: paypal, moneybookers, skrill, etc...) Do you know any online companies which do not require customers to register? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks
  6. Anybody has any clue? I found out that using: {l s='Pay' template='order-cart'} Actually reuses translation strings from the template, but I could not do the same between modules: {l s='Pay' module='module2'} Anybody has a clue about how to reuse strings in prestashop? Is it easier in v1.4 or v1.5? Thanks!
  7. I have the same problem. I keep track of my files using a code repository and translate using the files directly to avoid these problem. If you found any solution, please let me know.
  8. Hi, I am currently using two modules, lets call this module1 and module2 in prestashop v1.3, which are both very similar in terms of strings used. module1 is a standard module with translations in almost every language, while module2, is a modification of module1, which only has a few translations avalaible. The thing is to reuse module1 translations in module2. I tried the following options: 1) I thought about copying module1/de.php to module2/de.php. These are just two examples: In module1/es.php: $_MODULE['<{module1}prestashop>module1_1f9497d3e8bac9b50151416f04119cec'] = 'Pago contra reembolso'; In module2/es.php: $_MODULE['<{module2}prestashop>module2_271486149ca62b2f6ae5d9ae97cb769a'] = 'Pago contra reembolso'; The problem is that the md5 is different althought the string is the same. How can I reuse the translations? Why md5 are different? How can I calculate those? 2) I also thought about using mod='module1' in module2 module: {l s='Pay with cash on delivery (COD)' mod='module1'} But it does not seem to work. 3) I also thought about using the following sintax which I have seen in another module: {l s='Pay with cash on delivery (COD).' template='module1'} And it does not seem to work either... maybe I have to add something special? Do you know another way of doing this? Any reference material about how to use template='', mod='' or how to manually create md5? I couldn't find any information in the documentation. Thanks.
  9. I really do not understand why this should work... It is placed in the redirect page which it seems executed while redirecting to the payment page, at the beginning not at the end. How can you be sure that it the person has paid if you count the purchase before it was made?
  10. Anyone know the answer? I am also very interested... Plus this page appears in the first page of google, without an answer.
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