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BossCart BUG List

Discussion in 'Boss Cart General Support' started by mfrancisco, Jul 13, 2006.

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  1. mfrancisco

    mfrancisco New Member Webmaster

    when I add products and press "checkout", nothing happens: I get a page without texts or anything....

    When I enter to NEW REGISTRATION the registration form appears at the bottom of the page, at the bottom of the left column.
  2. marius26

    marius26 New Member Webmaster

    in "Boss Cart 1.05" at the top of admin page i see this:

  3. leginy

    leginy <img src="http://forums.ukwebmasterworld.com/image Webmaster

    I have seen this too - I need to try and find out where the fault is (and will let you know). It is giving a blank page ONLY if not logged in - it should be a message asking you to login or create a new account. If logged in, the checkout process continues ok.

  4. Piotrek

    Piotrek Guest

    That is true. This bug is being fixed in new release coming in 6 weeks.

    Thank you for your help.

    Best Regards,
  5. robd

    robd New Member Webmaster

    One major bug, two minor

    A few bugs, folks:

    Major: Irrespective of the selection I make when editing products as admin, tax at 17.5% is always added to products at checkout. I've tried 'no tax', 'free' ad even created a new tax category with 0% and there is no effect. VAT at 17.5% is added anyway. Could this be sorted as a matter of urgency? It's the only problem I've found that makes the system unusable as it stands.

    Minor 1: When editing product description if I use an apostrophe then when saved a backslash is inserted in front. I assume this is some sort of escape character. However, if you save it again it inserts another... and another, and so on.

    Minor 2: When I press 'checkout' I get info beginning 'cart summary', listing name, productid, quantity and price. However, the productid number is listed in the quantity column, and the quantity in the productid column... which is very likely to confuse customers!

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