Support » Plugin: Premmerce Multi-currency for Woocommerce » multi-currency input doesn’t work

  • When users set pricing in a available currency (not the main currency), the entered price is saved in main currency, not the selected currency.

    How to make users set pricing at the currency they choose at front end?

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  • Plugin Author Premmerce

    (@premmerce)

    Hi, @wpbetsy!

    Can you send a link to your website?

    It’s a membership site. Memembers need to login and upload products at frontend manager. Does your plugin allows users to set price in their selected currency at frontend?

    What errors do you need to check?

    Plugin Author Premmerce

    (@premmerce)

    Hi, @wpbetsy!

    We didn’t test compatibility Premmerce Woocommerce Multi-currency with membership plugins. But we added this task to our plan.
    Thank you

    Yes, we installed WooCommerce Frontend Manager for the user to update their products at frontend. Currently, the users can only set pricing in the store primary currency even though it’s a multi-currency site. Hope to see it allow users to set pricing in their selected currency.

    Plugin Author Premmerce

    (@premmerce)

    Hi, @wpbetsy!

    We investigated this problem and found that we can’t fix it in our plugin. Its need to add compatibility with Premmerce Multi-currency for Woocommerce in WooCommerce Frontend Manager

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