invalid environment [development]: (invalid store domain must end in '.myshopify.com')

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Hi, I am trying to install the themekit using the manual: http://prntscr.com/m71dwb 
But when using this command, an error occurs: http://prntscr.com/m71f3b 
What do i do?

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Shopify Staff
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Hey Yehor,

This might be better suited to the design forums - this forum is meant to dsicuss Shopify's APIs and SDKs specific to said APIs. I'll move this thread.

Cheers.

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Hello Yehor,

There is no need to add square brackets - "[" and "]" when you put your data to this line:

theme get --password=[your-api-password] --store=[your-store.myshopify.com] --themeid=[your-theme-id]

 

You need to paste the following:

theme get --password=Your-api-password --store=Your-store.myshopify.com --themeid=Your-theme-id

 

Hope this helps.

Best regards,
Arthur

Shopify subject matter expert | Founder at GenovaWebArt | Full-services shopify agency | info@genovawebart.com
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i have the same issue even i remove the bracket, the invalid store domain still exist.

mystore : alpha-living-2.myshopify.com

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sorry, i think i found the solution, it's the invalid environment issue 

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Hello I am having some problem. What is the invalid environment issue?

 

Thanks

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I'm not sure if this will help anyone, but i was having this issue, while trying to grab my theme id using the --list command, i noticed that the shorthand for store, -s, didn't work, i had to use all the long commands so --password  and --store instead of -p or -s. not sure why it worked one way and not the other but that was the trick for me

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This resolved it for me

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