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Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 6:26 am
by Yakiv
Xsecrets wrote:Like I said I wouldn't expect that from 1.3.5, but I would love to know he'll consider it for future versions maybe 1.4 or something since it is a pretty big change.
Totally agree

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 7:08 am
by i2Paq
Qphoria wrote:From what I know.. I think its only going to be new admin theme, new image manager, and some bug fixes. No new framework changes for modules
I was under the impression that there also would be an Order Edit, Manual Order Entry and a fix so we would have Indipendent Invoice Numbers.

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 7:24 am
by bless
i2Paq wrote:
Qphoria wrote:From what I know.. I think its only going to be new admin theme, new image manager, and some bug fixes. No new framework changes for modules
I was under the impression that there also would be an Order Edit, Manual Order Entry and a fix so we would have Indipendent Invoice Numbers.
Hey this sounds great. Where is the birdie, wich says, that we can download opencart 135 ? :-)

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 7:25 am
by openmind
Don't take so time, I have overloaded your server checking each 15 minute ;D ... its going down! >:D

like a kid with new toy!.

nah, just kidding to cheer up..

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 7:26 am
by openmind
bless wrote:Where is the birdie, wich says, that we can download opencart 135 ? :-)
Still flying, must we wait

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 7:39 am
by bless
openmind wrote:Don't take so time, I have overloaded your server checking each 15 minute ;D ... its going down! >:D

like a kid with new toy!.

nah, just kidding to cheer up..

I have same problem :-D

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 7:53 am
by christopherdarling
Give Daniel a break guys.

He's providing this excellent software for free. With HIS time, he'll release it when it's good and ready. Pointless rushing him forcing him to leave a few bugs in there.

I'm sure he'll keep you all updated when it's released

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 11:17 am
by Qphoria
i2Paq wrote:
Qphoria wrote:From what I know.. I think its only going to be new admin theme, new image manager, and some bug fixes. No new framework changes for modules
I was under the impression that there also would be an Order Edit, Manual Order Entry and a fix so we would have Indipendent Invoice Numbers.
lots of impressions are made... but only some are felt. I am unsure on this one.

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 8:07 pm
by Daniel
the next version is coming.

I would have released it last night but I fell asleep working on it. I have got a cold.

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 8:18 pm
by N1kko
No excuses Daniel, looking forward to the new version.

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 9:47 pm
by Yakiv
Tis the season for colds. Daniel is entitled to get sick, like the rest of us. My sympathies.

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 10:29 pm
by goldfinchpcs
Def. horizontal.

Another quick thing, the guy who mentioned Magento, please note the difference in support for these products, OC hasn't got different versions with different level of support so I am sure OC would be better overall than the community version of Magento. The Enterprise version cost almost $11,500 depending on configuration. With OC you can use other opensource products to get it to do some of the CRM stuff and there are plenty of free and off the shelf add-ons for the users to purchase.

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 11:29 pm
by Daniel
Another thing about magent if you have actually developed one for a customer you will find there is no buit5l in html editor or a way to enter shipping rates witout having to upload then via csv. magento might be quite feature rich much really misses loads of important stuff.

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 11:42 pm
by orionweb
Magento is extremely slow, well it was when I last used it, and had so many files it took forever to upload.

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 11:52 pm
by Yakiv
orionweb wrote:Magento is extremely slow, well it was when I last used it, and had so many files it took forever to upload.
Just a point, not totally related - I hope you are zipping your files into one archive, uploading it and unzipping it through SSH. Uploading all of the files, as you suggest, is too RAM and processor intensive. It's not very efficient either, since it takes much longer. Your FTP client has to create all of the folders on the server, as it is uploading and it has to check ASCII and Binary for each file. ...Sorry, now back to your regularly scheduled program. ;D

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 12:01 am
by Gerrit
Like John Candy said in one of his films:
I am a clean, mean, fighting machine....... ;)

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 12:11 am
by Vqz
Hello Daniel.Can you create a user points system? User can give his ref URL,get points for that,and buy items.Its a very good system for user population ;D

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 12:11 am
by FinrodFelegund
magento requires at least a vps for decent speed. I tried magento i also have some php skills not much but i have :) so my client wanted just magento , it took me 2 freaking weeks to make it look like he wants! in oc i could have it done in 5 days. magento it's "drupal" for shopping cart gives u a little plus of seo and a biiiiiig headache.

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 12:20 am
by Xsecrets
I was excited when magento was announced. All the features they had sounded great. When the first release came out I put it on my local dev server and it was taking like 15+ sec to render a page over the lan. So I waited. They finally fixed the speed somewhat so I did one customer site on it and I won't do another one unless they pay me a truckload of money. It's the biggest steaming pile of crap I've ever seen. Oh I want to change the links in the footer. oh well break out grep cause they are spread all throughout the core files all 200 directories or whatever it is. It's crazy simple links could be in literally any file in the entire cart.

Re: v1.3.5 Soon

Posted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 12:28 am
by FinrodFelegund
Xsecrets: i feel you!
Now i have another project and i did a big research fo find a good opensource shopping cart like opencart and i came out with nothing...maybe just tomato cart but it still in alpha release for many many time (Sorry Daniel)