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i have also faced this issue. its not a js error or anything. if you have saved your login credentials in your browser means, its automatically storing in paypal cofig. i just removed the configs. its working


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Please see Renon's answer above. To further elaborate on the issue, you can search your database for other affected rules. First, get the current staging version for your site: SELECT * FROM `flag` WHERE `flag_code` = 'staging'; You will see something like this: {"current_version":"1595433660"} Next, take that timestamp, and inject it ...


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yes, you can override vendor/magento/module-sales/view/frontend/templates/order/history.phtml in your theme or module and add your custom form there


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