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  1. yes right, i use PHP 7.4 i tested it now also with PHP 7.3. The message is also logged under 7.3 in my case.
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  2. On the logs i can see this notice, but i donĀ“t know if this can have to do with this, but everytime i view a ticket, this message is logged: general.NOTICE: E_NOTICE: Trying to access array offset on value of type null {"code":8,"message":"Trying to access array offset on value of type null","file":"/vendors/blesta/parsedown/Parsedown.php","line":258}
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  3. Hello All, We want to announce that we are almost finished the development of our new module for Hetzner Dedicated Servers, the most wanted module for server resellers in europe, the module will handle the most important actions from admin and client area. with this module we have covered the big 2 companies in europe for dedicated servers (Ovh, Hetzner).
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  4. this kinds of confrontation happen frequently in the life. Apologize publicly is a proof that you are a nice man .
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  5. I bought these - spot on! Definitely helps minimise tickets over basic things... which most people want to help themselves I find! I had these for another billing software aswell- I'm convinced it's saved me countless hours! Ease of use - Pay and send logo phpmyadmin and ftp Done Numbered so as not to interfere with any you've made aswell! Bonus! Couple of grammatical errors, which I've edited out - but nothing that looks bad at all! 4.9/5 for me!
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  6. Hey Guys I'm new to Blesta having been a WHMCS user for some years. I'm generally not clueless at all when it comes to using systems, scripts and software in general, but I have to say Blesta has got me a little stumped and from the few hours I've spent going through the various configurations and setting up products etc, it doesn't seem to be the easiest to setup (easy for those who know the system and how it works, but for someone looking at it out of the box, it's a chore..) Firstly I'm interested to know why the the nice short url for ordering gets extended more than it really should be. eg shorter url: mydomain.com/billing/order/ redirects to mydomain.com/billing/order/main/packages/label/?var=1&var=2 Seems a little pointless. I really don't need the extra (required) label on the ends at all (although I appreciate it has its use for other users of Blesta). But even so, why not just tack the label on the end of order (eg domain.com/billing/order/label/). I'm a nut for tidiness and logic.. so when most of the pages on my site are logical (domain.com/contact/ | domain.com/support/) it looks rough when the nice -> domain.com/billing/order/ runs off to something much longer.. OK, enough whinning.. All I am trying to do is setup 4 hosting packages (done) where a user can click a link from the home page and start the order process. I'm looking for this order process: Step 1 - Package -> selected elsewhere (i.e home page or packages page) and not from the generic blesta ordering page. Step 2 - Domain -> I need various options here.. Register domain / Use existing domain / Use subdomain + box to enter subdomain). Step 3 - Script -> Select software/script to install or an option to not install anything. Step 4 - Details -> User account information (Login or register I guess). Step 5 - Pay -> Make payment. From what I can see and tried, the order starts with asking for a domain name, which defeats the point of linking to a particular package from elsewhere within a site. Is there anyway for Blesta to remember what package was selected so it bypasses the "select hosting" part of the order process? This all seemed relatively easy enough with WHMCS, but somewhat of a headache in Blesta (inless I am missing something). I'm really eager to use Blesta, I just need to totally figure this out and make it work without using hacks. Incidentally, there is not much in the way of tutorials for Blesta out there at all. Written or otherwise. The documentation for Blesta, while thorough, isn't being of much help and can be confusing at times. I looked for various tutorials in setting up hosting plans, domains, order forms.. get it all working together.. couldn't find squat.. In closing, I apologise if it sounds like I'm bashing Blesta.. certainly not intentional, just a frustrated and "dont quite get it" first time Blesta user.. Thanks in advance for taking the time to read and respond. Clive
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  7. The process of such orders in the mean @Krystalogik is crucial for client convenience. I vot +10 if the team is able to change the style order blesta like WHMCS. Perhaps the complicated process for us is not a problem, but for clients who are beginners will be very problematic.
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  8. again i do like the idea of hiding the full path as this is a potential clue to hackers etc... but with a little htaccess modding etc we can hide the full path
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