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I did notice a very small bug. When you try to use {total_sales} in the description box, it is rendered as “{total_sales}” rather than “100” or whatever the total sales figure is. Also, I’m not sure what {total_amount} does. It just displays 0?

Other than that it’s working great.

ichurakov

Hi. Thanks for letting me know. I’ll cechk and fix it in next release.

If I want to have a list of linked files for people to pick from to download then lead them to the payments page how can I do that or does your script already output this?

Your demo just shows a box but no idea what time you’re downloading.

ichurakov

One payment box per download link. If you want to sell several files, just zip it and sell as single file. If you want to see what you get after payment, just try demo.

Default-user

Thank you for your quick reply. We are selling single files and we have over 2000+ files. Doesn’t look like this will suit our needs.

Thanks!

ichurakov

Hm. It is a lot of work. You need to upload all these files into script and use shortcode to insert payment box for each file. This script is good to sell several files, but not 2000+. I don’t think it is a good solution for you, unfortunately.

hye can you explain how the payment of btc works? if my client pays using btc and do the system confimrs the payment and automatically send the download links to files they purchase?

ichurakov

Yes. Bitcoins are accepted through BitPay.

Default-user

can you give me brief on how oes it works? so if the buyer wants to pay using btc and they will be direct to bitpay payment processor to pay. and after releasing the payment your script will automatically send the purchase files? is that correct?

ichurakov

Yep. After successful payment, buyer receive crypted download link. You can try demo.

works for coinbase ?

ichurakov

Nope. Bitcoins are accepted through BitPay.

PostsMedia

have plans to add coinbase? they also have an API

ichurakov

Unfortunately, no.

kcmedia Purchased

Hi i want to buy your script but i noticed that if i select AUD for the payment type i cant use Stripe for the payment processing why is this?

Stripe is in Australia and we have a stripe account already.

ichurakov

Hi. Thanks for letting me know about this. I’ll add AUD to Stripe currencies in next release (coming today).

Default-user
kcmedia Purchased

ok great thank you.

Hello, Your script looks potentially useful for me. But I need to know some details about who is downloading the free files. Would it be possible to capture at least a name as well as an email for the Free file option?

Default-user

Ok thanks for your quick reply. If there are also PayPal Buy Now buttons (for physical products) on the site, can the digital download purchase/s be added to an active PayPal shopping cart so that only one payment needs to be made?

ichurakov

Nope.

Good application. I find it useless to “email” the download link and they don’t even need to pay. Would it be possible to replace that with a “generate invoice” feature where a live id=?3525446 style invoice can be created with the payment shortcode embedded already?

ichurakov

Unfortunately, I don’t understand what you mean by saying “I find it useless to “email” the download link and they don’t even need to pay”. The idea of the script is to deliver download link by e-mail.

nickcavarretta

Well, when you create a link, there are three fields. 1. (dropdown) Select the file. 2. (text) Enter email. 3. (checkbox) send download link.

When you select “send download link” it emails the clients the download link direct, no payment process, just straight download. Using this alone is no different to uploading file to a cloud and emailing the share link.

What I would like it to have in the create a link page;

1. (dropdown) Select the file. 2. (text) Enter email. 3. Send invoice.

Then when the invoice is paid, the download link triggers and THEN they can download the file.

I hope you understand this…

ichurakov

Hi. Thanks for explanation. Unfortunately, I don’t have plans to change behavior. The original workflow of the script is different. 1. User comes to your webiste. 2. User submits payment form. 3. User pays. 4. User receives download link.

Hi. Stripe payment checkout has custom logo on top. Same like here http://viewnclix.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/rapid.jpg In your script it is only item description on checkout form. How we can add a logo in your script?

For example if we using javascript we can add line “data-image: => ’/image.png’;

How to do this with php?

ichurakov
Hi. I’m not familiar with this feature, but I think you can use solution described here. I don’t have time to learn t deeply now, but I think the solution is the following. Edit file js/uds-jsonp.js, find the following code:
StripeCheckout.open({
    key:         jQuery("#uds_stripe_publishable"+uds_stripe_suffix).val(),
    address: false,
    amount: jQuery("#uds_stripe_amount"+uds_stripe_suffix).val(),
    currency: jQuery("#uds_stripe_currency"+uds_stripe_suffix).val(),
    name: jQuery("#uds_stripe_label"+uds_stripe_suffix).val(),
    description: jQuery("#uds_stripe_label"+uds_stripe_suffix).val(),
    panelLabel: 'Checkout',
    token: token
});
Add the following line into list of parameters:
    image: '/128x128.png',
Result:
StripeCheckout.open({
    key:         jQuery("#uds_stripe_publishable"+uds_stripe_suffix).val(),
    address: false,
    amount: jQuery("#uds_stripe_amount"+uds_stripe_suffix).val(),
    currency: jQuery("#uds_stripe_currency"+uds_stripe_suffix).val(),
    name: jQuery("#uds_stripe_label"+uds_stripe_suffix).val(),
    description: jQuery("#uds_stripe_label"+uds_stripe_suffix).val(),
    image: '/128x128.png',
    panelLabel: 'Checkout',
    token: token
});
Default-user

It works!! Thank U!

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