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Questions about (suspected) bugs in Magento. Don't add the "bug" tag for problems with extensions or bugs in your own code.

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I just spoke to Magento community manager today and besides other things I raised this question. He agreed that this is an issue and assured that they are working on it and will make a community contr …
answered Jan 23 '13 by user487772
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Maybe I'm just stupid and can't see the obvious thing but .. There's are 3 different calculation methods available with table rates in Magento and one of them is "# of Items vs. Destination". So I ca …
asked Apr 5 '13 by user487772
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Judging from this comment in CartController.php: /** * @todo remove wishlist observer processAddToCart */ This it definitely a legacy bug. …
answered Jun 26 '13 by user487772
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() method and not through cart controller (where checkout_cart_add_product_complete is firing). So the question is if it was made intentionally or is it a bug? …
asked Feb 27 '13 by user487772
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here is the description of this bug. Once the sale is made and product goes out of stock the layered navigation reflects the changes for products attributes only for simple products but not for … of stock you would expect it to disappear from layered navigation. This doesn't happen unless you refresh attributes index and flush blocks cache. This bug is really critical. It's a two way threat …
asked Jul 18 '14 by user487772
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Mage_Eav_Model_Entity_Collection_Abstract::_init each resource module is fetched as a singleton. So no constructor for 2nd call. This all looks so wrong that I'm pretty sure I'm wrong and it is not another Magento bug (or two). Hope somebody can shed a light on it. …
asked Jul 2 '14 by user487772
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So I consider these to be two bugs in Magento. First one is the fact that you can't set store ID on catalog/product collection. And the second is that you absolutely can't get resource model as non-s …
answered Jul 3 '14 by user487772