Module Quick Cart not working with Magento out of the box configuration

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    Our Quick Cart module replaces the Magento Minicart, and the cart container spans the whole height of the page. The scrollbar, thus, appears after the number of items added passes the height of the container. Here's an example: http://prntscr.com/t047p4. 

    This Magento setting, is, as such, redundant for the functionality of the Quick Cart module. The Maximum Number of items to Display setting, however, could have scenarios in which it would be useful, so I'll make sure to send a suggestion up to our dev team with regards to that. 

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    Harshal Shah

    In Magento 2 store, a persistent cart is one of the relatively effective features to decrease the abandonment cart. The persistent cart allows storing the product in the shopping cart the customers have not completed yet even when they sign out your site.

    To enable the persistent shopping cart in Magento 2 store, you need to do the following:

    • Login to Magento 2 Admin, go to menu Stores -> Configuration -> Customers -> Persistent Shopping Cart.
    • Leave the check box Use system value empty
    • Choose “Yes” option for this field.
    • Set the time for the updating of the persistent cookie in the Persistence Lifetime field. The used default value is 31,536,000 seconds.
    • Enable Remember Me to show a checkbox on Login page that allows saving the shopping cart information.
    • It is optional if you want to set default option “Remember Me” once they login to your site.
    • Set “No” option for Clear Persistence on Sign Out to ensure that all shopping cart information is saved.
    • Then, click on Save to enable the persistent shopping cart function on the storefront.
    • In the Persist Shopping Cart field, select “Yes” if you want to keep the persistent cookie when the session cookie expires.
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