Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Just tried it out of curiosity, and it does correctly pre-fill both billing and delivery addresses, however this is not a good way of doing things for me and I'll muddle through as before and hope the bug gets fixed!
  2. Thanks, D-B, but it's not that either. My issue occurs with a brand new customer as well as a pre-existing one (my test "customer"). When I've manually added the rest of the Delivery Address and look at the customer's address screen I see the two separate addresses and when I look at the test customer's address screen I see the single "Billing/Delivery address" as described by Al... but that's more relevant to your issue than it is to mine!
  3. Thanks for the fast reply, but that issue isn't quite the same as the issue I'm having. As I mentioned, my issue occurs whether or not the County and Postcode fields are present in the Billing Address, whereas the issue you refer to specifies that it happens when the State (County) field is empty. I've tried the changes to the file on my installation and it has no effect.
  4. Since upgrading to version 6.2.0 I have the following problem when manually creating a new order: I enter the billing address and go to the Delivery tab. Here, I click "Copy from Billing Address" and I get a new tab on the browser open up at the "Create New Order" first screen, whilst the original tab stays where it should, but the address fields are only copied as far as Country - the County and Postcode fields are not copied whether or not they exist on the Billing page. The problem occurs on Firefox, Chrome and MS Edge browsers. Anyone able to help with this?
  5. Ah... got it. As you can no doubt tell, I'm by no means a programmer, so didn't notice it was a syntax thing. Re-ordering the lines was a "poke-and-hope" effort by me that happened to work!
  6. I've tried that and got it to work, but I needed to re-order the lines in the print.css code. Instead of: .page-break { page-break-after: always margin: 1px; } I had to use: .page-break { margin: 1px; page-break-after: always } Your original code resulted in the information being present but with no page-breaks between the invoices. Thanks for that, Brian - let's hope Mozilla soon get their end sorted!
  7. Thanks for that. I suspected it may be a browser issue so I'll carry on with my workaround (using Chrome for the print) until Mozilla sorts it.
  8. Was there a solution to this? I've just encountered the same problem having changed my browser from Chrome to the new Firefox Quantum. I'm on CC6.1.12, which works perfectly on Chrome (and the older Firefox I was running before), however on FF Quantum the symptoms are as described above, i.e. the customer address prints OK on the first invoice but blank on the second and subsequent ones. It also shows as blank on the Firefox Print Preview. I've tried adjusting the page margins ("Page Setup") but this has no effect.
  • Create New...