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    Posted: 06-May-2010 at 7:25pm
I bet this is has been mentioned before. If it has just ignore me then.

Simple change to OnePageCheckout.asp and opc_chooseShpmnt.asp

The original versions and also newly updated versions of PC4 include image coding like this:

<img src="images/sample/continue.gif">

where as the rest of the store is something like this.

<img src="images/pc/<%=pcontinueshop%>">

The dynamic version makes it really easy to change button images directly from the control panel versus editing code.

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Hi Josh,

You are correct. This is a flaw in the system. It has already been addressed and will be part of the next ProductCart update (v4.1, June 2010).

We did not include it in Service Pack 4 because it actually requires a bunch of changes, including database changes, and we wanted SP4 to remain as "light" as possible.
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Yeah, that was a bit of a curve ball. I simply copied customized buttons into the sample folder for now.

However, one thing I found interesting is that OPC uses two types of "contiue" buttons, one named more like update but not colored like an action item button. Rather seems to me that they should all be action items, no?
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Just trying to help.
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