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Not to bring up an old thread but we want into this issue today. Paypal does NOT automatically ask for their shipping address if they do not already have a paypal account.
Therefore any payments made via credit card by non paypal members do not include shipping addresses. This turns into a problem because the way seller protection works per my conversation with paypal is you have some protection if you can prove you shipped the item to the address paypal has on file for a *shipping address*, not the billing address.
Billing addresses of non members are also not also automatically sent to the seller to ship to.
The only way around this that i know of so far is to make a button with in paypal, make sure “require shipping address” is checked in step 3 of their customize button area and use the pay pal button instead of the eStore button.
The alternative option on the link above to have the customer enter information after the sale on the thank you page won’t give you paypal seller protection against non members as that information is not transmitted to paypal.
I’ve got the same issue with the manual stamper simply returning a page that otherwise would show the stamped link but doesn’t. There are also no error messages. I have also gone through the troubleshooting checklist and installed a fresh build of the plugin with all other plugins deactivated.
we are not running out of memory as we have allocated 256MB in php.ini (mem issues return an error message)
this is version 4.1.4
perfect thank you!
yes i know i can set 1 image of my choice per product for the buy now button but i would like to have multiple images available per product:
Product A has a Red buy bow button AND a blue one.
such that in my post i can specify
Product A buy now style Red
Product A buy now style Blue
is this possible?December 19, 2011 at 2:14 am in reply to: Fatal error: Call to a member function getUserInfo() on a non-object in #39754
Fixed! thank you!December 16, 2011 at 11:16 pm in reply to: Fatal error: Call to a member function getUserInfo() on a non-object in #39751
I actually don’t have any backups of prior versions, if there a chance you could email me one?December 16, 2011 at 11:05 pm in reply to: Fatal error: Call to a member function getUserInfo() on a non-object in #39750
Yes on the above.
Thanks for confirming you had the same results.
I actually just updated to WP 3.3 bc I read that the new eMember is updated to reflect changes w/ wp3.3, and thought it may not be compatible w 3.2.1
However I still get the same error as above w/ WP3.3
I’ll hunt around here for an older version of eMember, hope I still have a copy somewhere.August 10, 2011 at 2:49 am in reply to: member cancels during trial period get another trial if signs up again? #35343
I looks like he made the payment while logged in because his account was reactivated.
But i see the issue:
he initially signed up for the plan with monthly billing, used the trial and canceled.
he then came back and bought the quarterly billing plan which is a different product number. That is why his 14day trial started over again.
Is there any way to link products together if they are similar so the system knows not to reinstate the trial if they purchase from the same product “family” per se?
smaller files stamp no prob
in increased the memory from 64M to 256 in php.ini and verified w the hosting provider that its all setup fine, they think there is a limit in the script code itself, can you confirm?
im trying to stamp a 10.5mg pdf
i just bought another key bc i need to use the plugin asap….. now i get
An error occurred while trying to stamp the file!
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 24 bytes)
I switched this site off the multisite, and onto its own separate installation. i just need to have my license key reset or updated to the proper non multisite domain. old key:
[redacted]July 16, 2011 at 4:16 pm in reply to: eMember not properly assigning WordPress user roles #33461
Perfect i will upgrade, but i solved the problem. the default WP role was set to author for new user registration, however the eMember plugin for that particular member level was NOT set properly and was set to contributor despite thinking they were set otherwise. with WP & eMember now set to the same parameters, the user roles are now operating as intended.July 13, 2011 at 2:21 am in reply to: eMember not properly assigning WordPress user roles #33459
using v 6.5.7
turns out now the method i thought worked doesn’t, it still reverts back to contributor.
The role value should be as an “author” but keeps reverting back to contributor.
I’m not sure where the auto update option is so i cannot say if it is enabled or notJuly 11, 2011 at 4:22 pm in reply to: eMember not properly assigning WordPress user roles #33457
I have a similar issue, the default role for WP users is as an author, new e-member registration makes them a contributer for some reason. If i manually make the change in wp users and put them back to an author, the change reverts back to contributor in aprox 24hrs.
if i make the user first in wp as an author and them import them into e-member all works fine w the proper role