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    Hello franzos79,

    I am not sure if I understood your question correctly, but if you are looking for the list of available features/blocks in PowerPack plugin, you can find them in our dedicated Blocks demo website.

    If you have any additional questions let me know.

    mahdi

    It appears that your child theme version is out-dated since we updated the child version of the theme a few months ago to meet the new changes of the theme and PowerPack plugin.

    Please update to version 2.0 by downloading the child theme from here.

    mahdi

    Hello Rixator,

    Sorry to hear that, would you be able to provide a link to your web address, and perhaps clarify what exactly shown as an error message while updating the PowerPack plugin on your end?

    mahdi

    Hello Zaksch,

    Sadly WooCommerce is not currently optimized for the Gutenberg editor, and the development team decided to keep the old editor for now. However, It’s just temporary until they develop nice Gutenberg-compatible screens for Products/Orders/etc., which will surely come in a future WooCommerce release.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.

    mahdi

    Hello Zaksch,

    I have unlinked your license key. Please validate your key by registering from your end.

    mahdi

    Hello Borek,

    Sorry to hear that it didn’t work out for you as expected.

    Do you know what version of PHP is your website running?

    You may follow the guide here to determine the site’s PHP version from your end.

    mahdi

    Hello Zaksch,

    At the moment, the PowerPack plugin provides a feature to change “Add to cart” button label per product basis by following the steps below:

    1. Navigate to Products tab.
    2. Click the Add New sub-tab or edit an existing product.
    3. Scroll down to the Product Data section.
    4. Select the CONJ PowerPack tab.
    5. Locate the “Button text” textfield and enter the content that you would like to display in place of the default label.
    6. Click Update or Publish button to save changes.

    Let me know if you need anything else.

    mahdi

    Hello Borek,

    Please update both your theme and the PowerPack plugin to the latest version (2.1.0) available, which includes a fix for the issue mentioned above.

    Sorry that the update took a little longer than expected.

    in reply to: Traduction

    mahdi

    Hello,

    Happy Halloween ????

    Content of the toast messages are coming from the PowerPack plugin, and therefore the text-domain that you should be looking for is conj-powerpack

    in reply to: Licence key

    mahdi

    You’re most welcome.

    Your license is valid for a year from the date you activate it.

    As an example, if you purchase and activate your license on 1st January, 2019, you’ll get regular updates to CONJ theme and its companion (PowerPack) plugin up to and including 1st January, 2020. To receive updates after that date, you’ll need to purchase a new license key.

    Feel free to look at our frequently asked questions page to get more info around licensing and how it works on your setup.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.

    in reply to: Licence key

    mahdi
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    in reply to: transfer my license

    mahdi

    I have unlinked the domain name shown in the image above from your license key. You may register your license on a new website.

    Please note that unlinking the license of yours from a domain name can be done at any time from the same window that you are inputting your key.

    Let me know if you need further assistance.

    in reply to: transfer my license

    mahdi

    Hello smskin,

    Sure you can, in case you’ve bought a new domain or simply decided to register your existing license key on another WordPress instance, you’ll need to unregister CONJ from your old website first.

    unregister CONJ

    Once you’ve unlinked your old website, you would be able to register the same key on a new domain or website successfully.

    mahdi

    Hello Bart,

    Thanks for reaching out and raising this question.

    That’s correct. To clarify, the header search component is a replica of the standard WooCommerce search widget, and the functionality of it comes from what the plugin provides out of the box.

    mahdi

    Hello Borek,

    I’m sorry, at the moment theme doesn’t feature a GUI based option to do this. Meanwhile, I would suggest altering the sidebar position from Default to Modal, which will make it easier to browse sidebar widgets on small screen devices.

    As we are closing in on the release of the new update, there is no room for adding a new feature like this. However, your request could be considered for the next update cycle.

    mahdi

    Hey Rixator,

    I have unlinked yours as well.

    PS. Always start your own discussion, even if you see and find an existing topic that looks similar or identical to the issue that you are experiencing, it makes it harder to follow up with you individually.

    mahdi

    I have unlinked the domain name mentioned above from your license key. You may register your license on a new website.

    Please note that unlinking the license of yours from a domain name can be done at any time from the same window that you are inputting your key.

    Let me know if you need further assistance.

    mahdi

    Hello Sapphire,

    As far as I can confirm you have your license activated on the following domain:

    https://new.vr**i.gr

    In case you’ve bought a new domain or simply decided to register your existing license key on another WordPress instance, you’ll need to unregister CONJ from your old website first.

    Once you’ve unlinked your old website, you would be able to register the same key on a new domain or website successfully.

    mahdi

    Hello Eule,

    There is not a way to have a WordPress search field placed on the header without having WooCommerce plugin activated on your site.

    I can definitely understand why this feature would be handy, though! I am talking with my development team next week, so I’ll make sure to show them this thread and add your vote for this one.

    If you have any other questions, just let me know, and I’ll be happy to help.

    in reply to: Few tips

    mahdi

    You’re most welcome.

    I’ve meant to have an option for visitor how many products visitor of shop wants to see/load, simply not define it in administration (except some default), but let the visitor switch between for example 25/50/100 products.

    I must say this is a good addition to have. We have had other people asking about this, so this is on our lists.

    Thanks for sharing your specific use case about it.

    in reply to: Boldness of font

    mahdi

    You’re welcome.

    Let us know if you have any additional questions.

    in reply to: Boldness of font

    mahdi

    Hello Zaksch

    Font weight (Variants) can be specified as part of the typography altering by following the steps below:

    1. Navigate to Appearance » Customize.
    2. Locate the Typography section and click to browse it.

    in reply to: AJAX live search

    mahdi

    I’m happy to help.

    Feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

    mahdi

    Hello Borek,

    Thanks for writing in and I’m sorry you’re experiencing this on your end. It seems the save method of the PowerPack plugin fails while trying to store vacation dates submitted by a non-Latin calendar.

    As far as I can confirm this is happening while using WordPress in a local language (other than English) which we will be investigating to provide a fix within the next update.

    in reply to: Few tips

    mahdi

    Thanks for writing in, please see my answers below:

    1. Currently, WooCommerce comes with a built-in widget that enables you to list a limited number of products that visitor recently viewed. I assume CONJ is going to have an editor block version of this feature later this year.
    2. This feature is already available and could be altered by visiting Customize » WooCommerce » Product Catalog and then locating Products per row number field.
    3. Please see my answer here.
    4. Expand or collapse child categories is another feature which we are looking forward to introducing within upcoming versions.
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