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  1. Strip out characters in accordance with umbracoSettings.config

    It would be useful if uCommerce would remove any characters either specified within the umbracoSettings.config file or it's own config as we've got a couple of sites using apostrophes (').

    Although they are getting encoded, the url doesn't look good.

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  2. Display Confirmation dialog when deleting Category

    Currently if you delete a category in uCommerce, the products that are within the category are not deleted, and are still shown on the website. I question why someone would delete a category if they wanted to retain the products, however they may have done it by accident. Therefore I'd like to propose a confirmation dialog when deleting a category, with perhaps the following options:

    "The Category you are deleting contains products. What would you like to do with these products?"

    a) Delete them.
    b) Do not display them on the site.
    c) Move them all to another Category.
    d)…

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  4. Extend Order Search for company name

    I believe it would be of huge benefit to be able to search for orders by Company name, not just first name, last name, or order id. We sell to a lot of companies, many times different people from the same company order - therefore rendering the Order search somewhat obsolete.

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  5. "Stock" tasks to change and advance order status

    I’m adding a bit of workflow to the order statuses in a shop.
    I was positive there was a few built-in tasks, but I can see I made my own the last time I did this.

    Is there really no “ChangeOrderStatus(newId)” or “AdvanceStatus” tasks to just re-use in the castle config?
    Would that be a nice addition to the built-in tasks to pick from?

    The current process is:
    “New order” to either “Processing” or “Changed”.
    When “Changed”, the system sends n e-mails, and moves the order back to “Processing”.
    This could’ve been set up easily with two bundled tasks, one…

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  6. Build the backend UI with Bootstrap or similar

    As the backend is becoming more and more extensible, I find myself constantly running into problems either trying to figure out and reuse the uCommerce CSS, or integrating bootstrap and then having to override any conflicts between bootstrap and uCommerce's CSS. The HTML/CSS in the backend is looking somewhat tired and bloated nowadays - I think it would be extremely useful to build it using a framework such at bootstrap so that developers can easily extend the UI and make the process of building shareable apps much easier and more compatible.

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    Great feedback, Al!

    We are in fact rebuilding the backend at the moment. Everything will be based on Angular 2 and the HTML will be tidied up in the process. No ETA on release, but it is actively being worked on at the moment.

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