Zen Cart v1.3.9c — Released!
What’s New In v1.3.9c:
Download available here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/zencart/files/
- BUGSFORUM-1225 – 154055: Missing quotes in coupon_restrict.php language file
- BUGSFORUM-1231 – 154121: Unknown modifier ‘h’ in layout_controller.php
- BUGSFORUM-1233 – zenid added at the end of the canonical element if first click is a linked product
- BUGSFORUM-1235 – session functionality problem on Windoze
- BUGSFORUM-1256 – fix broken download problems from v1.3.9a and v1.3.9b
- BUGSFORUM-1257 – fix download errors from v1.3.9a and v1.3.9b
- BUGSFORUM-1261 – Problem with automatic created account welcome e-mail – when using PayPal Express Checkout
- Attributes-Controller: prevent division-by-zero errors if storeowner has mistakenly set the attribs-per-page value to zero
- Fix minor array_merge error which was appearing in PHP logs during PayPal Express Checkout transactions for international addresses
- Some debug code had been left in some payment modules, causing debug-logging to occur even when logging was disabled
- Allow cookie domain and path to be overridden by user defines.
- product_info pages could trigger browser security warnings under some isolated circumstances; thus, templates are updated
- Fix intermittent problem with multiple IP addresses being submitted to Cardinal for 3d-secure processing
- Some Solo cards were being identified as Maestro, thus causing some 3d-secure problems
- Fix broken HTML-formatted email messages in “welcome” email sent when first-time customers use Express Checkout
- BUGSFORUM-1263 – FCKeditor shows raw HTML markup in product descriptions with v1.3.9b
- Fix minor issue with missing category display when navigating in downloads_manager
If you’re upgrading from v1.3.9a, you can simply update the files listed in the “Changelog for v1.3.9b” in the /docs/ folder of the download zip.
If you’re upgrading from v1.3.8a or older versions, you need to follow the FULL upgrade instructions, also in your /docs/ folder
Many people have asked about the “missing ?> at the end of some PHP files”.
This is INTENTIONAL, and explained here: http://tutorials.zen-cart.com/index.php?article=313
It is NOT an error in the files or the download.
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