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macallf

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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #121 on: May 03, 2007, 20:12:23 pm »
Great, thanks for your help Mark.

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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #122 on: May 04, 2007, 22:05:37 pm »
I am trying to install on Joomla 1.0.12/VirtueMart 1.0.10 but come up with SQL errors
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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #123 on: May 05, 2007, 11:45:57 am »
I am trying to install on Joomla 1.0.12/VirtueMart 1.0.10 but come up with SQL errors

Hi, which version of Upload are you trying to install? I had the same trouble, but looking through this thread I found these

virtueupload1_0_0_hackbypisu.zip
VM_Orders_With_Upload_List_1.0.8.zip

SEE: http://virtuemart.net/index.php?option=com_smf&Itemid=71&topic=14466.msg70211#msg70211

It worked for me.

If not, post the errors you've got.

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Nolan Lawrence

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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #124 on: May 22, 2007, 21:35:29 pm »
sorry in advance for my noobness

I have installed the latest versions:

virtueupload1_0_0_hackbypisu.zip
VM_Orders_With_Upload_List_1.0.8.zip

I want to display the upload form immediately following the existing customer login/new customer registration submit page during checkout.
I have read the entire thread and it seems that i could use the code snippets on pg.5 of this thread (reply# 64)
Which ceckout_xxxxxxxxx.php  file should i add this to and where in the file should the snipet be placed?
Also, would the alterations to the virtueupload.php file be the same as mentioned?

Thanks for all the great work on this thread!!!

Nolan

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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #125 on: May 22, 2007, 22:01:59 pm »
I'll tell you, there should be more configuration options available for the com. It makes no sense for the customer to choose which order the upload should be assigned to. You should be able to upload your image, pick whatever attibutes, and hit "add to cart" and the image would automatically be assigned to that particular order. Waiting for a user to checkout and then ask to upload a file is completely backwards in my opinion. Can anyone help with these issues as I think it would greatly benifit the use of the module. I'll pay for it!

Jeff
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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #126 on: May 25, 2007, 20:42:44 pm »
I'm with you jeff! SOMEONE PLEASE SAVE US!!! If I knew how, i'd do the work. I'll even offer to help any way I can.

Thanks
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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #127 on: May 26, 2007, 15:18:54 pm »
Thanks for the backup. I've been looking around for the perfect solution for me and it's not so easy. Developers don't even seem interested if you are going to pay them! Listen, Joomla/Virtuemart is hands down the best CMS around but honestly, I have gotten more open source help for asp.net!
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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #128 on: May 29, 2007, 20:40:56 pm »
I realize that this is an old post but I would like to show off my ignorance as a joomla nooby by asking a few questions about this uploader and uploading in general.

We have two sites we are building where we want to have a youtube like capability. We would like to have people upload themselves and we end up with the thumbnail and some text describing the video and a link to play the video. We have the joomla allplayer on one site and another player on the other site called zoom media gallery, which is supposed to organize media and place thumbnails as links to play the media whether it be a pic or a video or even audio I think. I must admit I haven't spent a long time testing either of them but I do like the allplayer's possibilities, but I can't find out if it can be organized to have people upload so that you have a page of thumnails and text from which you select what you want to play. I know it can be connected easily to all the video sites like youtube so that you can have people watch movies on your site coming from youtube. I would like people to be able to upload these links also.

Does anyone have any ideas on this subject?

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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #129 on: June 23, 2007, 08:39:48 am »
Very good mod, thanks for the work!
What I did as a work around is make a link off the menu that only registered users see, it pops up in its own window so users see it before they make there order.

In Joomla!'s Admin interface select Menu, Usermenu
Click NEW
Under Links
Click on Link - URL
Give your link a Name
Paste in this link...
index2.php?option=com_virtueupload&task=show_form&pop=1&order_id=
Select your option for On Click, Open in:

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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #130 on: July 01, 2007, 18:37:11 pm »
Eaxs, any estimated time on when an update to virtueupload will be coming along,,,, great work by the way...

thanks

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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #131 on: July 11, 2007, 07:35:54 am »
It is a little bit distressing, but I don't know how I should install it.  ::)

Where I have to upload it? and where I install it?

Sorry I'm new at VirtueMart, so I need your help.

Thx

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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #132 on: July 12, 2007, 14:14:40 pm »
ah. Ok thx. I will try it

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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #133 on: September 18, 2007, 00:37:12 am »
Hi Everybody
I'm in the middle of updating a clients website which has the upload component added to virtuemart on J1.0.12 and VM1.0.9

I have read that some of you guys have had issues with upgrading to vm1.0.10 never mind 1.0.12, has any body done this, and did it cause any huge issues.

Or even better, has anybody managed to upgrade the component to work on VM 1.0.12

Many thanks from a very worried about upgrading and ballsing every thing up Ian
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Re: VirtueUpload 1.0.0 - upload component for VM
« Reply #134 on: September 18, 2007, 14:06:16 pm »
Hi Pisu
Yer the site im taking over is only half or less finished, as the other designer went bankrupt and we have been left with a load of scattered projects.

So if i uninstalled Virtueupload, and reinstalled it it with your updated version it should work fine?

Great work by the way, is it in the Joomla Extensions directory, as i couldnt see it anywhere?
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