I want to have individual specs (prices) for the items in my shop just as on the sample website for a shop with the Tiger skin (3 items). I can edit the list of items specs and prices in the Tiger settings from which the user can select an item, but where do I specify a single price for the individual images/items? I do not want a dropdown list from which a price is selected, because this is not applicable for the different items.
Now I am confused, I can use the shopping cart function with the Turtle skin but not with the Tiger skin. Am I using an old version of the skin (2.9.5)? The skin information in the web says that Tiger has an integrated shopping cart function, the skin information in jAlbum does not show the shopping cart function. However, I can make all the settings for the shopping cart but it does not show the cart button and info after generating the album. What am I missing?
Please check if all the mandatory fields are filled in, see screenshot. If you want the button to appear in the Lightbox too, turn on "Shopping cart" on the "Settings / Tiger / Lightbox / Info panel" panel too.
I made the settings as in the screenshot, but I want to have individual prices and not a list, so I deleted the list and made the settings per image. Still no shopping cart buttons on the images, I think I have to start with a new fresh album, the one I used for testing has been changed and tampered with too much. Let's see if I can get the buttons...
Looks like the cart only functions if there is at least one entry in the price list, regardless if you want individual prices or not. Anyway, this seems to work.
The next question is: how do I set the skins to a language other than the OS language? Although I use a German Mac OS I would like to use jAlbum in English and above all the skin GUI should be in English...
Yes, a default shop option should be provided. But you can remove the cart from the items one-by-one by entering "-" (a single minus sign) in shop options box in Edit mode. I took once a user creates a shopping album it's typical that she/he wants to sell all (or most) of the items.