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Errors on client registration and purchasing related to $clientcountriesdropdown


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I just upgraded to 5.2.4 from 5.1.3. On the register.php and the viewcart.tpl, I am getting errors when users try to register.


I have removed the {$clientcountriesdropdown} and its related stuff from all my templates because I do not want a user to provide these details when they register or purchase services. But now when user registers or check-out they get this error message:


"Please choose your country from the drop down box"


I have temporarily placed the {$clientcountriesdropdown} code back into my templates, and now things work fine. But I wish to not use those code. What changed in the new version that now needs me to include this? How can I safely remove the code and not show users this error message?

Any ideas?

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Thank you for your swift help!


I used this instead:

<input type="hidden" name="country" id="country" value="US" />


I tried value="notavailable" but it still gave me an error, so then I populated it with a "known" value such as US. But does that make sense? We should be able to put anything in there, right? Any idea why value="notavailable" seems to not work on this particular "country" field?


Also, why would WHMCS *not* make "country" an optional field? I think this should be an optional field.

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