Specifying payment option buttons on cart page?

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Probably a dumb question, but is there a way to actually specify which payment buttons get shown on the cart page, rather than just having all of them on or off?  Here's my situation.  I've decided to no longer support Google Checkout because our store does a lot of "rush" sales, where hundreds of people will try to order the same thing at once, and Google Checkout can't handle that situation - we end up with a lot of duplicate orders for items that are already sold out because of the lag in Google's system.

The problem is if I just turn off Google Checkout as a payment option, I have no integration for existing orders that I still need to fulfill, and I get constant emails from Google telling me to fix it since it's still trying to communicate with Shopify about those orders.

So how can I still display my PayPal button but not Google Checkout, without turning off Google Checkout in my payment options?  (I plan to do this once all orders are cleared, but just can't yet.)

Thanks,

Jeff

http://www.tokyorebel.com
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Hi Jeff,

It's very easy. Show all as usual in cart.liquid, and see what's generated in the HTML: do a View Source. Go and copy the HTML that outputs the buttons that you need, minus the Google one. Paste that in cart.liquid in lieu of the Liquid code. Hope this makes sense.

Caroline from http://11heavens.com ∴ mllegeorgesand AT gmail DOT com
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Hi Jeff,

It's very easy. Show all as usual in cart.liquid, and see what's generated in the HTML: do a View Source. Go and copy the HTML that outputs the buttons that you need, minus the Google one. Paste that in cart.liquid in lieu of the Liquid code. Hope this makes sense.

Caroline from http://11heavens.com ∴ mllegeorgesand AT gmail DOT com
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Thanks!  Yes, that was very easy, and kind of a "duh" moment for me when I read your reply... I had been trying to figure out how to do it in Liquid, which I'm still not very good with.

But the straight html solution seems to have worked just fine.

http://www.tokyorebel.com
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