Looking at the documentation:
there is a paragraph
VERY IMPORTANT: If you accidentally or intentionally enter values that are not in accordance with the above scenarios (possible combinations) in the fields related to the stock and its status, these values will be ignored by the system and will not be reflected even after saving and refreshing the page.
So, my problem is that in the Woocommerce settings I have hide out of stock inventory items from the shop and only 2 out of 4 In stock items are being displayed.
All 4 items show as being in stock in WooCommerce Stock Manager.
If I am making mistakes because of the “VERY IMPORTANT” above I wouldn’t know because the documentation doesn’t show how the variation setting should be set up. I’m thinking that this is the reason I’m missing inventory display on the front end.
I’m particularly confused because the total of all the variations isn’t updated on the master inventory item. I manually calculated the total and the instock inventory still doesn’t display.
Also I’m confused because of: why is there the selection “Manage stock” because I wouldn’t be using a tool like yours if I didn’t need to manage stock.
A bit of guidence would be gratefully accepted – I really like the layout and functionality, I just need to get to a place where I get predictable results.
Thanks for any help you have time to provide.
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