Support » Plugin: Advanced Product Fields (Product Addons) for WooCommerce » More than one field column

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  • Plugin Author Maarten Belmans

    (@maartenbelmans)

    Hi @tallsam

    Yes, there is! Each field has a “width” options. See screenshot: https://i.snipboard.io/dD3YRH.jpg So if you want 4 fields next to each other, make sure those 4 fields have their “width” set to “25”.

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    Thread Starter TallSam

    (@tallsam)

    Hi Maarten,

    Okay, great.
    Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think that is only available in the paid version. I’d like to figure a few more things out before purchasing:

    – Do you have an explanation somewhere of how sections work? I’ve created a couple but can’t see what they do. They have two columns it seems in the settings, maybe that could help with my need for two columns of options?

    – I have a lot of options and these differ from product to product. From what I can tell, I have to manage all of these on the main product option page for your plugin. I could see this becoming a bit confusing. Maybe the paid version has multiple pages from which to manage options for different products separately? Or some other method to clean things up?

    – This next question is a bit off topic, but I’m not sure where to ask it so I’m hoping you might have an idea. I want there to be a print button so that the customer can save a copy of their options to a pdf. I see there are lots of invoicing plugins, but I need my customers to be able to make a print of just the options they chose, no prices etc. Any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Sam

    Plugin Author Maarten Belmans

    (@maartenbelmans)

    No, that’s also available in the free version (last option on each field).

    Here are my other replies:

    a) “sections” are a premium feature only, so not sure how you were able to create those?

    b) Both free & premium version allow you to globally define options for multiple products
    at once. To do so, go to “WooCommerce > Product Fields”

    c) No idea sorry.

    Thread Starter TallSam

    (@tallsam)

    I was looking at the wrong plugin! I’ve downloaded yours now and quite like it, the most complete I’ve seen I think. I particularly like that the premium allows the changing of product images, looking forward to trying that. I might have more questions, but that’s all for now.

    Thanks,
    Sam

    Thread Starter TallSam

    (@tallsam)

    I just purchased the paid version and installed it and immediately got the error “There has been a critical error on your website.” and couldn’t access my site so I went to my cpanel and changed the plugin folder name to disable it. Any idea what happened and how I can fix it?

    Thanks,
    Sam

    Plugin Author Maarten Belmans

    (@maartenbelmans)

    Hi Sam

    Can you delete the free plugin folder via FTP? That should fix it.

    Kind regards
    Maarten

    Thread Starter TallSam

    (@tallsam)

    That worked, thanks.

    Going well here, very functional plugin.

    The option to change product image doesn’t seem to be working for me. I created a rule and set it so just one of my drop downs took on a specific value, made sure the image I was switching to was in the product gallery, but nothing happens when I try it out. Suggestions?

    Thanks,
    Sam

    Plugin Author Maarten Belmans

    (@maartenbelmans)

    Hi @tallsam

    WordPress doesn’t allow us to discuss premium versions on their forums (it’s only meant for free plugins). Can you contact us through our website studiowombat.com with a link to a product so I can test and we can discuss via that support channel?

    Thanks!
    Maarten

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