I did try the 220.127.116.11-features-pre, which is dated June 21st, and it installed just fine.
I have no idea what the difference is between features-per and core-pre, but it does appear that something is wrong with the June 25th version. Let's see if I can load a screen shot now:
Hope that is clear enough.
And here is the admin screen for features-pre dated June 21st, everything else is set the same for for both fresh installs (database, passwords, etc. - I'm lazy during tests).
Core-pre (Jun 25th) missing labels. - OpenCart 3_0_3_4_core-pre.png (110.07 KiB) Viewed 548 times
Features-pre (June 21) labels present. - Opencart3_0_3_4-features-pre.png (160.67 KiB) Viewed 548 times
Crystal Light Centrum Taiwan
Extensions: MailQueue | SUKHR | VBoces
“Data security is paramount at [...], and we are committed to protecting the privacy of anyone who is associated with our [...]. We’ve made a lot of improvements and will continue to make them.”
When you know your life savings are gone.
From what I've seen so far.
There are three different downloads offered. Core, featured and a GitHub source version (which is the one that will be installed if you use an automated system, such as composer). Who knows which will made the final release.
At least three common and important issues are still not addressed. No cache control, session table bloat and duplicate products at checkout
Although it's suggested that it would be safe to update from 3.0.3.x. In reality too much has changed that are not actually bug fixes.
Any theme that has changes to some basic twig templates, such as product, category or account, are not going to be compatible.A PATCH version is when a fix is added, it should be considered safe to update patch versions e.g 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124
The renaming of some of the model methods could cause issue with some extensions.
Renaming of language keys, for no reason, will affect language packs and some themes.
The features version has the unfinished and untested SameSite cookie changes from the master branch that don't fix anything and just add issues, such as preventing the PayPal Commerce payment module from being set up.
There also seems to be at least one minor stored XSS vulnerability added.
There is probably a few other issues as well.
So as long as people are willing to answer my questions I'll play with this version.
And I do appreciate the sentiment, but (for a bit of history) I used another osCommerce program for about ten years (oscMax) and enjoyed poking around some of the guts, trying to fix the odd thing I found irritating enough to bother with. Got to know that system pretty well as a result. OpenCart looks like a bit of fun to learn, and it appears to be under constant development so I think it will be my new shop shopping cart to replace oscMax.
Yes, those changes fixed the problems I was having with not displaying titles.
A quick additional question - I did not see you or anyone else address this comment in the other thread on 126.96.36.199-pre:
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