Setup corrupted files
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Feb 22, 2014
Henry wrote
I want test your last version of Store Manager for Prestashop, when i try install demo appears message (The setup files are corrupted. Please obtain a new copy of the program.

Aditionally i have anopther question, in Standard Version how stores can i manage? Im a designer and only need connect to stores twice at month (for technical service) The standard version is what i need?

Thanks for your help.
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Feb 24, 2014
Andrii Yanosh agent wrote
Hello Henry,

Q: I want test your last version of Store Manager for Prestashop, when i try install demo appears message (The setup files are corrupted. Please obtain a new copy of the program.
A: Replied via e-mail.

Q: Aditionally i have anopther question, in Standard Version how stores can i manage? Im a designer and only need connect to stores twice at month (for technical service) The standard version is what i need?
A: The Standard Edition is limited on the amount of the database connections. So if you're planning to work with one database (store), than you can use the Standard Edition.
However if you're planning to work with multiple stores (databases), you may need the PRO Edition which does not have any limitations.
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Feb 24, 2014
Henry wrote
Hi Volodymir,

I could already do the installation and I'm doing the tests.
I have a serious problem with the pictures, I'm loading 80 products with various combinations with CSV.
I detail in my CSV product images and images of each combination, when I load the info all the image product ID are changed.
I attach example pictures, all my images has ID changed

Any idea about this?
Thanks,

Henry
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Feb 25, 2014
Andrii Yanosh agent wrote
Hello Henry,

Yes, image ID's are being regenerated each time during their upload. This logic is used by PrestaShop and the Store Manager works by the same principle.

However image upload is a single time procedure as there is no need to re-upload product images every time you update the combinations.