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Thread: Customer can't access there own wishlist

  1. #1
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    Default Customer can't access there own wishlist

    So website has been live for three days and already there Re complaints grrrrrr

    is there any way I can change the wishlist not to show the options before selecting ie download, printed etc as it is really confusing people?

    and is there a way for people to access their own wishlist. when you press the wishlist button it lets you search for someone else's wishlist , is there any way to access yr own this way then at the bottom of t he the page have one that says access someone else's by adding the email.

    Thanks

    bev

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    Hi Bev
    They have to be signed in to view their own wishlist, I'd change the text on that page to make that clear... it is a little confusing with the default text.

    Don't know about hiding the options.

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    The default text is:

    If you would like to add an item to your wish list, simply Sign In or create a New Account.
    Developer :: Bluepark Solutions

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    Maybe something like:

    To view or add an item to your Wishlist please Sign In

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    Thanks she said she was signed in and it didn't work still, so i used the remote control and it worked fine. ( first time i used it and will check with that feature first from now on)

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