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How do you make registrations open to the general public? I've followed the pdf on http://pkp.sfu.ca/ocs_documentation
and created a registration type called "attendee" - so as to create something where you pay to get in but don't have to be a reader, author or member of anything or within any ip range. I also made sure the date says it's already open, and the pdf says registration fields should now be available on the "About the Conference" page - but it's not happening. Any ideas?
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Is the registration type that you've created not selectable on the registration form? If so, it's probably the open and close dates associated with the registration type itself. If, on the other hand, you can't actually get to the registration form, check the Conference Timeline dates to make sure they're set within range.
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I found the same problem when configuring manual payment. In my case registration item is shown is when Registration Information in Registration Policies is filled in combination with manual payment option.
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