"Sorry about that its just that we have a small issue's from Skrill may i ask if you have paypal account to transfer your money?"
I don't have a paypal account and it's terrible that they couldn't fix the issue in 10 days.
I believe Skrill users will not going to get a payment this month (maybe never)
We don't know what is going on and I hope to have a reply about it very soon!
Well, I don't really know what else to do.discoverytdi wrote:Well I've not had a reply from my second request for a refund on the none working extension, so I've gone through paypal since the staff at Opencart can't be arsed. As for you developers are you for real just sitting back having not been paid on your sales
I trust the opencart team has good intentions, it's just their lack of communication that is troubling..
Anyway, if next month still no payments have been done I can always pull my extensions offline, but that's a lose lose scenario, since I (we, the devleopers) need the traffic from opencart for sales, and opencart needs our sales for cashflow.
I did contact them and they said I had to go through opencart for a refund, If I get no joy I'll be on to them.phenomena wrote:and what the developer of this extension says? Did you contact him directly?discoverytdi wrote:Well I've not had a reply from my second request for a refund on the none working extension
For example, OpenCart 2.3.x was only released in July 2016, yet I got this post today from someone using OpenCart 2.3.x one year ago:
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even if the comment was 31 Dec 2016, it will be marked as "1 year ago". This is temporary bug in the comment's section, hope it will be fixed soonJNeuhoff wrote:For example, OpenCart 2.3.x was only released in July 2016, yet I got this post today from someone using OpenCart 2.3.x one year ago:
The credentials are shown when you hover over the backend demo link. It's easy to miss and should be moved to a more prominent location.trinhcu wrote:Admin login credentials are not listed anywhere. New customers will not know how to access the administrator panel on the demo website
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edit Feb 4 2017: The sales figures are up to date now, thank you!
It only has themes from marketplaces with Opencart's affiliate links. This is not looking serious to anyone trying to have their first steps on the Opencart platform.
The showcase should be the cream of the crop of Opencart websites, showcasing what can actually be done with an Opencart installation. Either big or small, some websites are really a joy to look at/browse and even shop from.
The marketing team should contact websites built on Opencart and offer them to add them to the website's showcase. That will add credibility to both sides, because if the user wanted to browse for themes, they would just had to go to Template monster of Theme Forest and buy them.
No more 'New Posts' link. No email notifactions if someone has posted on your forum thread.
Why can't you bring back the original PHPBB, with its default theme? Anything but this is better.
It is unreadable for me as everything is out of proportion.
This whole layout is a major fuck-up and it has been going on form months now.
What a way of killing your forums.
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