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  • skisteve

    (@skisteve)

    This is a known bug that the developers have been promising to fix for months. With a bug this severe, you would think they would be on top of it. However, this isn’t the case. If you aren’t stuck with braintreepayments.com, I would switch to stripe.

    • This reply was modified 3 years ago by  skisteve.
    skisteve

    (@skisteve)

    P.S.

    Woothemes.com is using stripe on their website as well. If they were using braintreepayments for processing, I can guarantee you these bugs would have been fixed.

    • This reply was modified 3 years ago by  skisteve.
    skisteve

    (@skisteve)

    Plugin Contributor Hannah S.

    (@fernashes)

    Automattic Happiness Engineer

    I’m sorry to hear that you’ve been having trouble with this.

    We don’t have an open issue for this, so I suspect you’re looking at a conflict with your theme or with another plugin. You can read more about plugin and theme conflicts here:
    https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/woocommerce-self-service-guide/

    The best way to determine if the issue is being caused by a theme and/or plugin is to do the following:

    1. Temporarily switch your theme back to the Twenty Sixteen Them (https://wordpress.org/themes/twentysixteen)
    2. Disable all plugins except for WooCommerceand PayPal Powered By Braintree.
    3. Test to see if the issue has been resolved.

    If that resolves the issue, then slowly re-enable features until you find the one that’s causing the conflict.

    • This reply was modified 3 years ago by  Hannah S..
    ratputin

    (@ratputin)

    Hannah,
    Thank you. I had tried troubleshooting prior to posting. The solution that worked was to use another plugin called “Braintree for WooCommerce” which worked effortlessly out of the box and did not require the additional time of jumping through hoops to get it to work.

    FYI – I have been a WooCommerce user for several years. I have many sites running WooCommerce and pay more than a fair amount of money each year for subscription services. There are two alarming trends I have seen develop over the last 6 months. The first is that I am having more issues with Woo Solutions not working than in the past. I use the same basic setup on most sites, and what’s worse is that alternative plugins don’t have any issues…it’s a disconcerting phenomena.

    Secondly, support seems to be slipping. Woo Support has always been slow to respond. And first (and sometimes second & third) responses are a complete waste of time as I constantly answer the same questions regarding basic troubleshooting. More often than not, during these interactions I usually stumble upon a solution provided on some obscure forum, hobble together my own fix or pay a third party to sort it. Every now and again I will get a straight forward, helpful answer which I am thankful for. I mention this not as a slight to your personal CS skills, but because people ought to know the level of support offered for Woo premium subscriptions.

    That said, WooCommerce does many things well and is really the only game in town for my needs, unfortunately I have no choice but to grin and bear it.

    skisteve

    (@skisteve)

    @fernashes this is the reply I always get from the authors — It’s a plugin conflict. This isn’t the case. I tested this plugin on multiple themes with all plugins disabled. The credit card fields still disappear at random and the paypal payment option barely ever works.

    I suggest you or your team review user sessions on a website that’s using this plugin. You’ll see the bugs for yourself.

    • This reply was modified 3 years ago by  skisteve.

    Why is it that no one has posted their system status report?

    No one posted a URL for the community, or a WooCommerce Ninja, to diagnose WHY this might be happening. Would anyone care to reply with a rational reason as to why neither of you chose to do even the simplest of requirements to receive support?

    I’m not a WooCommerce Ninja. I’ve put Braintree on dozens of sites. I have clients that are continually using Braintree. I run THE LARGEST WOOCOMMERCE Facebook group. I am a WooCommerce MeetUp coordinator. …..if that’s not enough, ~yup~ it gets better: my wife AND one of my kids have Braintree fired up on their site as well.

    I’m definitely NOT saying all that to blow sunshine up my own blessed assurance!

    What I am saying is that if Braintree was “broke”, I’d know about it:

    1. I would hear about it in the WooHelp Facebook Group.
    2. My clients would be up my @$$ like a hemorrhoid!
    3. There would be thousands of topics about “missing CC fields”
    4. my wife & daughter would have made some major, Major, MAJOR noise long before stumbling upon this thread 🙂 …just sayin

    And yet, there’s not a support request in the plugin’s support forum from @ratputin https://wordpress.org/support/users/ratputin/topics/ and there is one thread started by @skisteve https://wordpress.org/support/users/skisteve/topics/.

    I’d be more than happy to help folks. Honestly, there are times I wonder if a one star review / rating is a reflection of the plugin or the operator.

    I guess we can find out which it is when we see a reply. Let’s start with the System Status report.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by  Brad Griffin.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by  Brad Griffin.

    @brad Griffin – you are correct, many times this type of issue is operator error. Similar to when someone doesn’t read a post correctly and attempts to look superior in a thread but only comes off as an arrogant douche.

    No one posted a URL for the community, or a WooCommerce Ninja, to diagnose WHY this might be happening. Would anyone care to reply with a rational reason as to why neither of you chose to do even the simplest of requirements to receive support?

    …And yet, there’s not a support request in the plugin’s support forum from @ratputin

    You seem to have missed:
    …After a 2 day wait with no response to my ticket at Woo Help Desk…

    I guess we can find out which it is when we see a reply. Let’s start with the System Status report.

    The system status report was submitted to Woo Support as per standard procedure. Part of the 2 day wait I referred to.

    I’d be more than happy to help folks.

    That was a bit assumptive. I wasn’t asking for help, I was leaving a review. A ONE STAR review because the plugin didn’t work as advertised, but a competing plugin in did flawlessly.

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