Sorry for reviving an old thread and writing non-helpful comment. The purpose is just to bump this bug (?) so as to remind the developers.

Currently using version 2.3.16


(2 replies, posted in Items and Inventory)


I was checking my data input of inventory via exporting to cvs and open it with excel. Few entries whose description involves "," seems to be awry.

The description through the website displays correctly, but within CVS, the description portion after the "," is in another field.

I had read this posting
and change within CVS:

6-lb (2.7 kg) convertible weight insert [description column] with bolts [category column]

6-lb (2.7 kg) convertible weight insert \, with bolts [description column]

import it and now the website displays exactly like this:
6-lb (2.7 kg) convertible weight insert \, with bolts

So, this moving to another column issue, is it just the script issue, but will not affect the overall program, or it will?

Thank you.


(27 replies, posted in Dimensions)


So am I safe to say that DIMENSION is meant to separate job costing & profit?

I thought dimension is about inventory. In my previous program dimension works like this.
This can be more easily understood when the example used are clothes.

Dimension 1: Size (XS-S-M-L-XL)
Dimension 2: Gender (Male-Female)

So the inventory list for items that has dimension will look like this:

        XS   S   M   L   XL
M       4    8   1   4    5
F       2    8   7   4    1

Instead of:
M-XS: 4 pcs
M-S: 8 pcs
M-M: 1 pcs

Same here, I support the idea of sorting the category based on description of the category.

1. it is unsightly from user perspective
2. you need to keep scrolling up & down just to find the right category.


(5 replies, posted in Items and Inventory)

What about using dimensions?