Tom Moore

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  1. Tom Moore added a post in a topic: Product SKU/Per-Product Custom Fields   

    Exactly opentype, that's what I was thinking of! The only field missing there is stock, which would allow you to track stock availability of the options. It wouldn't be that difficult to extend the custom fields functionality already in Commerce to do this.
  2. Tom Moore added a post in a topic: Product SKU/Per-Product Custom Fields   

    Trying out the beta of Commerce the app still is missing a vital, and basic, field for products: an SKU or product code. I can't believe you can miss this out of a 'Commerce' module. How custom fields are handled is also a nightmare .
    For example I have two pairs of shoes; One pair in sizes 8, 9 and 10 and in colours blue and green. The other pair are in sizes 7, 8 and 9 and in colours grey and white. I have to add 4 different custom fields just for these two products. If you have another pair of shoes that have blue, grey and white colours, that's another field I need to add! It would be a LOT more productive to have per-product custom fields - a lot of commerce platforms allow you to do this.
    My current Nexus store has a $200k turnover and is heavily customised to avoid the custom profile headache. Hope you can solve this! I really don't want to migrate. 
     
  3. Tom Moore added a bug in IPS4 Bug Tracker   

    FBC requests status updates when app disabled
    The Facebook login handler still requests permissions to a user's status updates even if Status Updates are disabled in Applications.
     
    Reproduce:
    - Turn off Status Updates in Site Features/Applications/
    - Turn on Facebook login handler (if not already on)
    - Sign in with Facebook as the login option - still requests status updates in app permissions
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  4. Tom Moore added a record in IP.Board   

    Insecure content in ACP login
    Hi,
     
    See [url="http://community.invisionpower.com/resources/bugs.html/_/ip-board/https-breaks-on-front-after-logging-into-acp-r38226"]http://community.invisionpower.com/resources/bugs.html/_/ip-board/https-breaks-on-front-after-logging-into-acp-r38226[/url] and [url="http://community.invisionpower.com/resources/bugs.html/_/ip-board/using-https-for-logins-causes-ssl-error-on-login-screen-in-acp-r37764"]http://community.invisionpower.com/resources/bugs.html/_/ip-board/using-https-for-logins-causes-ssl-error-on-login-screen-in-acp-r37764[/url] for reference.
     
    - In Chrome, visiting the ACP when HTTPS for login is enabled, no warning errors appear for insecure content.
    - In IE, doing the same results in content errors.
     
    Viewing the source you can see that JS elements are still loaded using http and not https. I'm unsure why this doesn't cause errors in Chrome (Chrome on iPad generates errors though).
     
     
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  5. Tom Moore added a record in IP.Nexus   

    Editing Product Options Shows All Options
    I have a lot of product options (~200 across all my products) and when I try to edit an option from a package I get a list of ALL the options - not just the one that I'm editing.
     
    See screenshot.
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  6. Tom Moore added a record in IP.Content   

    Cached page doesn't retain keywords
    When you opt to cache a page the keywords and descriptions do not appear. They will appear for the first time when the page is cached (on first reload), but subsequent reloads don't show them.
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  7. Tom Moore added a record in IP.Nexus   

    Tax not included in Shipping Method
    Add a shipping method that also has a tax method attached to it. Purchase a product.
     
    The tax is included within the overall tax charge but it is not added to the overall total of the invoice. See screenshot.
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  8. Tom Moore added a record in IP.Nexus   

    Custom Fields Don't Work Without JavaScript
    Steps to reproduce:
     
    1. Add a product with a price of $1.00.
    2. Setup some custom fields options A, B, C and D; B, C and D each with a 0.25 base price increase; assign it to product.
    3. Go to the product page with JS turned off and select any option other than A from the dropdown box and purchase product
     
    The product will have been bought with a base price of $1.00 and checkout can be continued.
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