• Resolved arttohems

    (@arttohems)


    Hello,

    I bought your plugin to make specific calculations and after watching your youtube videos, I am even more confused.

    My goal is create options to calculate screen-printing production variables plus product variables. Linked below is an image labeled according to notes below:

    (0: Orange) QUANTITY TIER BREAKDOWNS
    (1: Lt.Green) CHANGE PRODUCT $ BY QTY
    (2: Green) CHANGE PRODUCT $ BY SIZE
    (3: Pink) (A) CHANGE COLOR $ BY QTY
    (4: Blue) (B) ADDS ADDITONAL $ WHEN TRIGGED BY (A)
    (5: Grey) CHANGE VIEW $ BY QTY

    https://merchhelp.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Screen-Shot-2019-01-13-at-6.25.26-PM.png

    Lastly, I have a plugin called “WooCommerce Bulk Variations” that is no longer able to be used and it allowed user to purchase multiple sizes and colors at one time and auto calculate those results. Can your plugin duplicate this function so I do not loose this feature to offer potential customers? See link below to view the “WooCommerce Bulk Variations” plugin currently in use.

    https://merchhelp.com/shop/clothing/mens-heather-short-sleeve-t-shirt/

    Thank you in advance for any help you can offer to complete this area of the site.

    Adam Hopper
    adam@art-hems.com

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Contributor mr.psiho

    (@mrpsiho)

    Hi Adam,

    1) Probably yes. I cannot tell you 100% sure, but it is something my plugin is designed to work with. Still, it might be too complicated to do that in a single product, so I would suggest split it into several with simpler configs.

    2) Unfortunately not, Uni CPO does not have such functionality. Still, thanks for a kind of feature suggestion. I will add it to our list of prospective features and maybe it will be implemented someday.

    Plugin Contributor mr.psiho

    (@mrpsiho)

    One more for 1:
    We offer a paid configuration service. Don’t hesitate to contact us sales@moomoo.agency if you are interested in.

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