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March 26, 2014 at 7:56 pm in reply to: Link encryption "destroys" larger files #24117
ah, ok. thanks for this info.March 26, 2014 at 2:24 pm in reply to: Link encryption "destroys" larger files #24115
have you considered an integration option with iCloud as an alternative to Amazon s3?March 26, 2014 at 12:31 pm in reply to: Link encryption "destroys" larger files #24114
Amazon s3 seems to have solved the issue.
thanks for your response, @oneskymusicMarch 25, 2014 at 10:50 pm in reply to: Link encryption "destroys" larger files #24112
i have the same issue on my site. was this thread ever resolved?
thanks, [www.oneskymusic.com]April 12, 2013 at 3:02 pm in reply to: Link Shortener Feature Request #29634
the fix you suggested from @Admin007 (following thread, near bottom of page 1) — works. thanks!
again, i would suggest making it a more permanent part of the eStore functionality.
regards, oneskymusicApril 12, 2013 at 2:46 pm in reply to: Link Shortener Feature Request #29633
i will try this and let you know.
meanwhile, this is how an eStore generated link looks for my products:
Part 1 : http://www.oneskymusic.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-cart-for-digital-products/download.php?file=2FrX%2FikFV%2FaZhKrtjHWD8vmRXSXxTDmzWs3pOXJBOsYyUErVVMKE8YYp8gNH8AF99%2BI%2FkF4V1DvUnEahLVcQn5soLofAppkf5sPJKUtB3YhP4p1kULNP%2Fsg%3D
it is an mp3, one of ten tracks of a music cd.
when my customers buy the whole cd, it is a LOT to navigate visually,
plus it can be a little intimidating to the average person, AND the long URLs look messy when there are many of them.
i would suggest because this seems to be an issue other eStore users, to fix it in eStore as a permanent feature or at least have it as a check-box “shorten URLs” in the settings.
what do you think?
regards, oneskymusicApril 12, 2013 at 2:13 pm in reply to: Link Shortener Feature Request #29631
i am following the thread how to shorten the download link URLs of my products.
the thread is about a year old.
has there been any updating in eStore that allows an easy way to do this now without using an external plug-in?March 13, 2013 at 2:01 pm in reply to: No .zip file #39948
Mac users having this problem:
Go into Safari Preferences.
Page titled General.
Scroll down to the bottom.
Deselect the box with the text “Open safe files after downloading”.
The plug-ins will now download as a .zips which upload seamlessly to WordPress.
The key is to upload the .zip file via the WordPress plugin uploader (not the unzipped folder)