TheotV Posted August 6, 2010 Posted August 6, 2010 Hi everybody,I've been searching my socks off on Google, in the forums and the Prestashop code lately to get this solved, but I can't seem to find a solution. So as a last resort I am posting it here again and hopefully someone can provide me the missing link.Some info first: we are using Prestashop 18.104.22.168 for our shop that will soon be openened. I am aware that there is a new version of Prestashop available, but I am not sure the problem is solved there (don't even know how I can find that out without installing it). Second: we prefer not to upgrade the shop-software now because we are close to opening it and rather not take the risk of introducing new bugs/issues.So hopefully this can be solved in version 22.214.171.124.In our shop users can customize products to their liking. We use the built-in customization option from Prestashop for that. When opening the product the product-details are shown with the customization-fields (see: product-details.jpg). The user can save the customizations and add the product to the cart then.But when the user opens its cart and the cart-details are shown the customization labels are shown like "Text #1", "Text #2", etc. (see: cart-details.jpg).I think a customer wants to be sure exactly what he's paying for and want to check that in the cart-details. So I don't think this is acceptable.I contacted CTDAN (http://www.prestashop.com/forums/viewthread/53693/development/solvedcustomized_fields_cart_summary_labels) who claimed to have this solved, on private message. He told me that the customization label is stored in a variable $textField.name in the array typedText and can be shown in the cart. In my search through the prestashop sourcecode I came to the same conclusion. But when I try this, somehow this variable is empty and thus nothing is shown on the screen.Now I have been searching in the code for the place in which values are stored in "typedText"-array. But I get stuck. Can't seem to find it. And now, hopefully, someone out there can tell me where this should be done. And how :-)Or maybe I am thinking in the wrong direction anyway and need another approach to solve this.Hope to hear from you.Thanks in advance.Theo Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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