aimeos wrote:Well, you can paste the code into the input field. It doesn't display nicely but it should work even if the TYPO3 Extbase command controller doesn't offer text area fields.
It's true, I can paste the code, but execution is not working. After execution I'm getting an error message telling that the task "Extbase-CommandController-Task (extbase)" didn't succeed. Without the TypoScirpt it succeeds.
aimeos wrote:Alexander wrote:By the way: There's an interesting difference between the two methods sending e-mails. Sending with Extbase gives a nice HTML-mail but the Aimeos task does not - almost all of the formatting except line breaks is not visible at least in Thunderbird. That's why I wanted to use simple text.
Then you didn't enter a valid path to the theme files. The Extbase command controller uses "typo3conf/ext/aimeos/Resources/Public/Themes/elegance" by default. We added some code that this will be also set by default in the e-mail scheduler in the future.
There is exactly the same value "typo3conf/ext/aimeos/Resources/Public/Themes/elegance" as default in the "Aimeos Shop E-Mails"-task. Nevertheless the html-formatting is not working as using Extbase. But that's OK for me.
aimeos wrote:The problem with the missing e-mail translation was a misnamed variable. We've fixed that in the git repository and it will be part of the next minor release.
Thank you very much for all your endeavor!