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Posted 30 January 2017 - 03:17 PM #101

Does the email templates also include the Vendor approval/status change email templates?   Cannot find a template for vendor approval and the one that is automatically generated includes a wrong logo and company info.  Can't for the life of me find where the wrong logo is coming from or the source of the vendor approval template.  Are some legacy templates still maintained outside of the email template feature?  

 

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Posted 31 January 2017 - 03:02 PM #102

Sorry,

 

I did not understand you request. Can you please make a screen shot with comments.

 

i hope you did get the updates here.

 

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Posted 20 May 2017 - 09:00 AM #103

My email is notification sent to customer is backward. 

 

Examplem -  Ship To: , i get --->  :ship to 

 

How do I fix this? I dont have email template under design. 



 
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Posted 22 May 2017 - 06:40 AM #104

My email is notification sent to customer is backward. 
 
Examplem -  Ship To: , i get --->  :ship to 
 
How do I fix this? I dont have email template under design.


Probably you did not enable Email Templates editor, and use the old notifications.
In order to enable new notifications for to Settings->Appearance and at the very bottom change "Email templates mode" to "New"

If you have a live store I would recommend you to check new email templates on a test store, because after you enable new templates you email notifications will look quite different.
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Posted 22 May 2017 - 07:00 PM #105

Have you had a 3rd party developer working on your site or installed a 3rd party addon recently?

You can switch to the new email template designer which might help you but will make it much more difficult for you to extend the system.


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Posted 31 July 2017 - 02:22 PM #106

In order overview there is the extra fee PayPal in the invoice to see.

Only in Print Invoice there is nothing to see, only the total amount is then ok.

So i look for a input-line off the Paypal in the documents Invoice.



 

Posted 16 May 2019 - 08:43 PM #107

I am using 4 decimals in my installation and i want to show only 2 decimals in the invoice {{o.total}}, how can i do this?



 
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Posted 17 May 2019 - 05:58 AM #108

As far as I know, all available filters and functions are specified here (see Template Engine section)

 

https://docs.cs-cart...s/snippets.html

 

I am afraid, you cannot limit amount if decimals 


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Posted 15 May 2021 - 04:36 PM #109

Maybe not the right  thread to respond but we were looking for an developer who can help us make the most out of the new features of the Twig engine, customize our invoice and help us create better notifications to customers.


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Posted 15 May 2021 - 08:40 PM #110

Maybe not the right  thread to respond but we were looking for an developer who can help us make the most out of the new features of the Twig engine, customize our invoice and help us create better notifications to customers.

I implemented Inky a while back, will check if I can opensource that. It only works with the smarty versions of the email templates, but pretty sure anyone can create amazing emails using that.


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Posted 17 May 2021 - 09:51 AM #111

I implemented Inky a while back, will check if I can opensource that. It only works with the smarty versions of the email templates, but pretty sure anyone can create amazing emails using that.

 

Inky ?? well hit me up with a direct message or please post me a link. The Twig template engine reads very much Klingon as any the old php mail templates.

When this feature came up in 2015 I had hopes that you would be able to create your own notifications with an rudementary wysiwyg and inject code snippets like $user-email or something similar and then save those templates to be triggered in the process of notifying the customer as he/she orders or when you as a merchant edit the modify the status of the order.


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Posted 17 May 2021 - 10:23 AM #112

Inky ?? well hit me up with a direct message or please post me a link. The Twig template engine reads very much Klingon as any the old php mail templates.

When this feature came up in 2015 I had hopes that you would be able to create your own notifications with an rudementary wysiwyg and inject code snippets like $user-email or something similar and then save those templates to be triggered in the process of notifying the customer as he/she orders or when you as a merchant edit the modify the status of the order.

You can read more about Inky here: https://get.foundati.../docs/inky.html

 

It uses zurb as its underlying framework (or anything else, but zurb is the only thing really supported), and it allows you to use basically macros. So, for example, for our email header, we use the following code:

<wrapper class="header">
    <container>
        <row>
            <columns small="6" valign="middle">
                <img src="{$images_dir}/logo.png"
                     alt="{$company_data.company_name}"
                     height="40px"
                />
            </columns>
            <columns small="6" valign="middle">
                <p class="text-right small-text-left">Slogan</p>
            </columns>
        </row>
    </container>
</wrapper>

As you can see, it is pretty easy to follow what is going on. I guess if you know basic xml syntax, you should be good to go on this one.

 

Final note, it also generates *responsive* emails. Meaning that emails in e.g. gmail are adjusted to the mobile format.


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Posted 18 May 2021 - 07:34 PM #113

You can read more about Inky here: https://get.foundati.../docs/inky.html

 

It uses zurb as its underlying framework (or anything else, but zurb is the only thing really supported), and it allows you to use basically macros. So, for example, for our email header, we use the following code:

<wrapper class="header">
    <container>
        <row>
            <columns small="6" valign="middle">
                <img src="{$images_dir}/logo.png"
                     alt="{$company_data.company_name}"
                     height="40px"
                />
            </columns>
            <columns small="6" valign="middle">
                <p class="text-right small-text-left">Slogan</p>
            </columns>
        </row>
    </container>
</wrapper>

As you can see, it is pretty easy to follow what is going on. I guess if you know basic xml syntax, you should be good to go on this one.

 

Final note, it also generates *responsive* emails. Meaning that emails in e.g. gmail are adjusted to the mobile format.

 

Harm, this framework, how does this work? Is it a server site solution that you need to enable on the server level?


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Posted 18 May 2021 - 10:32 PM #114

Harm, this framework, how does this work? Is it a server site solution that you need to enable on the server level?

Its basically just macros. You will need an add-on for this (I wrote a parser for the language). I need to check how to open source it first though, since its mostly integrated into our 'general' theme addon.


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Posted 20 May 2021 - 05:06 PM #115

Its basically just macros. You will need an add-on for this (I wrote a parser for the language). I need to check how to open source it first though, since its mostly integrated into our 'general' theme addon.

 

Where can I view and subseq. purchase a license for this addon? Poppedweb.nl seems to be dead in the water for many months


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