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  1. OK, I understand. I just logged out and back in again on Safari and the warning re new version popped up. I'll have to upgrade now! N
  2. I work on a Mac and use Safari more often than not, but I have both Chrome and Firefox loaded. I've noticed before and again today, that the two browsers report differently. Today, Chrome informed me via the Admin/dashboard page, that 6.4.3 was available and that PayPal commerce had an update available. Neither of these appear in Safari. From previous experience it may be a few days before Safari shows these things. Whilst its not a big problem, I'd like to understand what causes the problem and what I can do to change it. I'm sure it must be "something" to do with the way the cache works on e
  3. Hey, don't apologise - you tried to help. Thats great - many people don't. N
  4. @Dirty Butter, @Claudia MThanks for your replies. I've not explained myself very well! The facility I want is for me to get a shipping quote (not the customer), for items which are not sold via the website (I do "catalogue" items and specials, not listed on the web). So I'm just using the Cubecart shipping table as a "lookup" to a number I input. My shipping table is "non-linear" since there are some lighter products that are >1m in length and have a shipping premium, so it would help me to have this facility rather than a simple paper copy pinned to the wall!
  5. I'm using a modified version of Foundation (mainly different colours) - store is www.olivewoodturning.co.uk The "Disable initial shipping and tax estimates" is not checked. This is exactly as you say - people know what they want an ring me up without going through the store (or even near it!). I deal with a few "old blokes" some of whom still use chequebooks, or in some cases people are ringing me for something different than that which is advertised. So I'm trying to find an easy way (a paper copy may be the easiest!) of being able to quickly calculate shipping for a random s
  6. I use the "By weight" shipping module and it works really well for what I need. However, I often get rung by people wanting to buy things and needing to know a shipping cost before placing an order. So, what I think I need is either a spreadsheet (I use Apple numbers on my phone at work) or a dummy page in Cubecart so that I can put a weight into it and the formula will work out what the shipping would be. I think all the information is in the By Weight module, in shipping.class.php. I guess I could use the code in this module and a code hook to produce another page in Cubecart that
  7. Well, I've got it going, but it's still not right. I created a virtual host (woodenstuff.home) and redirected to it in the hosts file on my Mac. I thought I'd do a clean install since I'd created a new directory, so loaded the files up. Decided to use Firefox and it worked, sort of. When the installation script got to the end, it didn't create a new admin directory, nor give me the usual clickable link to any admin directory. It gave me a 504 Gateway Time-out error. I checked and the database tables had been created and I was able to login via the admin username/password dialo
  8. OK. Thanks. I'll try it in the morning - off to watch the close of the Masters now!
  9. OK, so one of the cookies (the line highlighted) has this error "the set-cookie was blocked because its domain attribute was invalid". This was in the cookies tab. In the headers tab is this Server: nginx Set-Cookie: CC_421D0FD82C=ae45d98c88285d55836bc0da1eb8072f; expires=Sun, 18-Apr-2021 19:43:01 GMT; Max-Age=604800; path=/shop/CubeCart; domain=.; HttpOnly So clearly, running nginx! I'm not sure how to stop it, but I'll have a look.
  10. You're getting to the outer limits of my knowledge now (but don't stop, my limit is expanding) The image attached is the screenshot from the Network tab on Chrome developer tools. No obvious sign of cookies ... But as I said, I'm not 100% sure what I'm looking for. As far as Nginx or Apache, the Web control app in Synology says I'm using Apache 2.2 / php 7.3, but when I go into phpMyAdmin I get this Web server nginx/1.16.1 Database client version: libmysql - mysqlnd 5.0.12-dev - 20150407 - $Id: 7cc7cc96e675f6d72e5cf0f267f48e167c2abb23 $ PHP extension:
  11. OK, I created the ini-custom.inc.php file and put it in the root folder of the store. Tried to logon again, still no joy. I see that the CubeCart_sessions table is being populated - it creates entries when I try and logon. There was no error log created, either going into the normal store home page, or trying to logon to the admin page.
  12. OK, thanks. Thats first on the list for tomorrow !
  13. The info.php is still there. Is this the information I need? Session Support enabled Registered save handlers files user Registered serializer handlers php_serialize php php_binary wddx Directive Local Value Master Value session.auto_start Off Off session.cache_expire 180 180 session.cache_limiter nocache nocache
  14. I've found the session files in /var/services/tmp and located them via Terminal What next ...
  15. Im not sure where the PHP session files are on this NAS - I'll do a bit of research and find out. I can view the storefront, but can't keep anything in the shopping basket.
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