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Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2014 6:06 pm
by Tcalp
I expect the release was timed with the eCommerce expo.

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2014 6:58 pm
by i2Paq
OSWorX wrote:Official German Translation can be found here:
Official German Translation

Note: included in this package is also the installation language.
To install OpenCart 2 in German, read the enclosed readme instruction.

Hinweis: um OpenCart 2 in Deutsch installieren zu können, ist die Installationssprachdatei inkludiert.
Mehr dazu im inkludierten readme Text.
Maybe the installation should be in multiple languages?

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2014 7:11 pm
by OSWorX
i2Paq wrote:
OSWorX wrote:Official German Translation can be found here:
Official German Translation

Note: included in this package is also the installation language.
To install OpenCart 2 in German, read the enclosed readme instruction.

Hinweis: um OpenCart 2 in Deutsch installieren zu können, ist die Installationssprachdatei inkludiert.
Mehr dazu im inkludierten readme Text.
Maybe the installation should be in multiple languages?
Yes, it should - but is not.
Because the controllers are not ready for it.
As already written in the internal forum, here is a installer (as a proof-of-concept) where you can add your language easily and select the language during the whole installation process at every page.
Included are also all German settings and demo data - adopt it if you want with your NL language.
OpenCart 2 Multilinguale Installer

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2014 8:56 pm
by ocx
Off topic:

Have the extension store proposed changes now gone into effect? It was mentioned early on that with the release of 2.0 the rules were changing.

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2014 9:03 pm
by Johnathan
Johnathan wrote:I'm discovering things like renamed core files, which affect internal function usage.
James wrote:It was changed 15 days ago
OK, you're right -- this was my issue, sorry. I figured out what happened: I had overwritten the files during beta testing, so the old versions were still present when I was testing (meaning any code utilizing them still worked). I wasn't doing a fresh installation at every alpha/beta release, which means I didn't pick up on it until I completely deleted the old test store first.

My apologies for causing controversy. :) I've removed the previous conversation to avoid confusing others.
ocx wrote:Off topic:

Have the extension store proposed changes now gone into effect? It was mentioned early on that with the release of 2.0 the rules were changing.
I'm wondering this as well. Is there still the intention to move to a 1-year license? I think that was a good idea.

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2014 9:16 pm
by Dreamvention
Great job. glad this is finally out.

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2014 9:35 pm
by James
Johnathan wrote:
Johnathan wrote:I'm discovering things like renamed core files, which affect internal function usage.
James wrote:It was changed 15 days ago
OK, you're right -- this was my issue, sorry. I figured out what happened: I had overwritten the files during beta testing, so the old versions were still present when I was testing (meaning any code utilizing them still worked). I wasn't doing a fresh installation at every alpha/beta release, which means I didn't pick up on it until I completely deleted the old test store first.

My apologies for causing controversy. :) I've removed the previous conversation to avoid confusing others.
ocx wrote:Off topic:

Have the extension store proposed changes now gone into effect? It was mentioned early on that with the release of 2.0 the rules were changing.
I'm wondering this as well. Is there still the intention to move to a 1-year license? I think that was a good idea.

Lol not a problem, worried me that things had been renamed though!

The licence topic is still under discussion at the moment, quite a lot is still unclear as to how we do it, when etc. The main issue is basically the choice for sellers I.e you specify the support period and number of installs its allowed etc or just make a hard rule for all - that's not the prefference though.

J

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Fri Oct 03, 2014 12:02 am
by i2Paq
COULD WE PLEASE HAVE THE 2.0 FORUMS SETUP COMPLETELY NOW?!!!

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Fri Oct 03, 2014 11:29 am
by buildmyecommerce
James wrote:
bafaraj wrote:Is there any demo website/store for 2.0 ?
We are in the process of updating the current demo sites to offer both 1.5.6 and 2.0
Great job guys. I love the responsive design, faster page load, new backend. I have OpenCart 2.0 general overview video for those who wants to look prior to downloading the installation file.

http://buildmyecommerce.com/blog/openca ... iew-video/

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Sat Oct 04, 2014 1:58 am
by robster
Nice video - Daniel should recruit you to add these videos on opencart.com.

Thanks

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Sat Oct 04, 2014 6:14 am
by Daniel
thats shockingly good!

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Sat Oct 04, 2014 6:17 am
by Daniel
i2Paq wrote:COULD WE PLEASE HAVE THE 2.0 FORUMS SETUP COMPLETELY NOW?!!!

yes what sub categories should there be?

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Sat Oct 04, 2014 4:53 pm
by i2Paq
Daniel wrote:
i2Paq wrote:COULD WE PLEASE HAVE THE 2.0 FORUMS SETUP COMPLETELY NOW?!!!

yes what sub categories should there be?

I'll PM you :)

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Sun Oct 05, 2014 1:37 am
by fullstock
Hey all, i am varun and this is my first post in this forum. I recently came across opencart for my online t-shirt business so i installed it and today i saw a newer version so i decided to upgrade but during the upgrading i got this error.
Any help is much appreciated.

*knip*

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Sun Oct 05, 2014 3:41 am
by bafaraj
buildmyecommerce wrote:
James wrote:
bafaraj wrote:Is there any demo website/store for 2.0 ?
We are in the process of updating the current demo sites to offer both 1.5.6 and 2.0
Great job guys. I love the responsive design, faster page load, new backend. I have OpenCart 2.0 general overview video for those who wants to look prior to downloading the installation file.

http://buildmyecommerce.com/blog/openca ... iew-video/
That's Perfect .. (y)
I just recall Apple's Advertisements :)

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Sun Oct 05, 2014 4:04 pm
by i2Paq
fullstock wrote:so i decided to upgrade
This topic is about the 2.0 release, not about issues.

Please open a upgrade issue topic in the appropriate forum.

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Sun Oct 05, 2014 11:04 pm
by Daniel
ok guys now that I'm back from the expo over the next few days I will be working full blast fixing bugs, updating the opencart site such as forum, demo's videos, etc.. for 2.0

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Mon Oct 06, 2014 6:05 pm
by alexinoz
I've been playing around with OC2.0 and it is really impressive. Love the admin console, particularly that that is responsive as well - you wouldn't believe how many clients I have that want to log into their store backend from their iPhones.

I know this sounds like an elementary question, but is there a list of the differences from 1.5.6.x to OC2.0?

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Tue Oct 07, 2014 2:42 am
by jahepi
OpenCart looks and works better than ever, thanks to all Opencart team, especially Daniel for sharing such a good ecommerce solution. Great work!! :clap:

Re: 2.0 Official has been released!

Posted: Wed Oct 08, 2014 4:29 pm
by ogun
I can't post or reply in 2.0's Template Support forum (wanted to tell this guy to look for ".breadcrumb" in stylesheet.css:
http://forum.opencart.com/viewtopic.php?f=182&t=132000) - Is access limited there/is there something special about that forum's permissions?