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February 27, 2011 at 2:43 pm in reply to: Download problems with extraneous numbers #29574
Thanks for responding!
Um….since I have no idea what you’re talking about, I have to say, I don’t know. What is Gzip compression? How do I check? (Sorry to be so ignorant.)February 26, 2011 at 11:29 pm in reply to: Invalid Link! Could not find the link in the database. #29384
That %3D is showing up on my downloads as well and causing problems with some of my customers. I have no problems with the same links. I do not have pdf stamper installed. I’d really like to know where that %3D comes from as the links still work if you take it off.January 13, 2011 at 9:37 pm in reply to: Shopping cart full image #28034
Never mind…I figured it out. It was a gif and I just copied my “full cart” image over the default. For some reason, when I did a right click on the image to see the file name, it showed up as the weird double .gif.png extention.
Thanks anyway!January 11, 2011 at 6:44 pm in reply to: Cart background color and type color – Can I over-ride what my theme is doing? #21244
This is useful, and helped lead me to my solution, but the big problem I had is with link colors in the shopping cart. I didn’t realize the links colors were hard-wired into the shopping cart CSS. I just assumed they would echo the theme and hadn’t checked after I changed the theme.
I fixed it by adjusting the CSS, but it would be really nice if there was something in the plugin settings…where you set the images and such for the shopping cart…to adjust those colors as well.
Thanks again for a great product.January 6, 2011 at 1:49 am in reply to: Problem downloading in XP/IE #27684
thanks. I’ll get my web gal to check it out tomorrow. I’m now having problems with all links created coming up with “unable to find file” error. The encryptions are also really really long. If I wanted to reinstall the program (horrors) how do I do that without losing all the sales history?January 4, 2011 at 4:04 pm in reply to: Problem downloading in XP/IE #27682
Sorry, been gone for the holidays and my site was very slow. However, in that time, it’s become an emergency. I’ve now discovered that all links being generated must be corrupted. I’ve gone through and randomly downloaded and tested links generated in admin functions and all are coming up as “unable to find file” in both IE and Firefox. Do I need to completely reinstall? How do I save my data!?!
UPDATE: That overriding problem is solved. Sorry! Two different issues; thought they were related.
Back to the “download.php” and “unable to find” problem. I’ve had two different instances that sound the same. The fellow with the two computers on XP and one on Win7 I mentioned first. There’s a second customer, on XP that gets one of two messages, either “unable to find” or when it does find a “file” it tried to download “download.php.” She has sent me screenshot of her error msgs if that helps.
The first is on IE8, the second is IE6. In both instances, I tested the links before sending them, and they worked fine in Firefox.