September 6, 2010 at 5:14 pm #1795
I have 3 problems with Manual checkout in eStore.
The first is on the currency symbol with strange characters in the review order page and some words not translate;
The second is when I send the order, I have a error page, the emails is send but with no products;
The third: in the email the letters à, è are strange characters.
In order to understand better, You can ‘buy’ something on this page:
ThanksSeptember 7, 2010 at 5:39 am #23997amin007Participant
“currency symbol with strange characters” – When I go to your manual checkout I can see the EURO symbol fine.
“some words not translate” – I added the two untranslated words to the language file (will send you an update).
Can you tell me which product has the accented character (à, è) so I can make a purchase of that product?September 7, 2010 at 8:18 am #23998
– currency symbol is ok in Firefox, in Safari no.
– thanks for the add, I attend the update.
– I use the accented character in my italian language php file.
Quantity -> Quantità.
In Safari and Firefox I have Quantit?. I fix that with Quanit& a grave ;
In browser now is ok, but in email no, I have Quantit& a grave ;September 8, 2010 at 1:40 am #23999amin007Participant
On my test site I used the Euro currency symbol as my currency to test this and it seems to render fine on all browsers. Can you please copy and paste the following character in the “Currency Symbol” field and let me know if it makes a difference?
With the qunaity field I think I know what the problem is. You need to make sure to save the language file in UTF-8 after you edit it. All the language files are in UTF8 but if you edit it and save it using an ordinary text editor it will get converted to ASCI and then you will start to have problems like this. You can use PSPAD text editor (it’s free) that lets you save/format the text file in UTF8.
I will send you an updated copy of the plugin. Once you get the plugin do not customize the language just choose Italian from the language dropdown and you will see that the quantity field won’t have an accent problem anymore. Once you understand this then go ahead and start customizing the language file but making sure when you upload it the file is in UTF8 format (simply open the file in pspad editor and check under the “format” menu).September 8, 2010 at 8:43 am #24000
Oh my God,
I find the solution…… The problem is my Safari browser settings…
I had in menu View->Code text->default, now I set utf-8!
Sorry for my post, but your answer has been illuminant!!
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