Support » Plugin: WooCommerce Print Invoice & Delivery Note » [Plugin: WooCommerce Delivery Notes] Second template for Invoice vs. Packingslip

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  • Plugin Author daveshine (David Decker)


    Hi there!

    Thank you for your feedback and using this plugin!!

    Of course, any contributions are welcomed! Please note that I have a co-author now and development primarily goes on, so you might also have a look at the current code base there:

    But I guess we could manage it all together with a second template 🙂

    Thanks for adding the number stuff also!

    I am curious with what you are coming up with!

    Greetinx, Dave 🙂

    Ok, I cleaned up my changes and commented them nicely… and then when I wanted to fork the github repo, I realized, there is a completely different version on github that here on At least you changed the whole file and folder structure and renamed a couple of files. Hm…

    So, I just packed my version for now and sent you a link via twitter. Do you think, you could implement my changes in the development version on github?

    So, by now I’ve studied your code on github – to see that you already have implemented a second template and button for printing invoices at least two months ago.

    I don’t understand, why you didn’t publish the recent github code on What exactly are you waiting for?

    I’ve seen that you changes the naming scheme of the template files but you included extra legacy code to support the old scheme as well. In my eyes it looks ready to go.


    Hi there!

    All the current stuff since Feb/March was done by the co-author who did also the original code base for Jigoshop – not by myself!

    I am currently knee-deep in other projects – including the updating my other plugins for WP 3.4.

    Thank you very much for your contributions – we will try to implement as much as possible. If I have any further questions or feedback I’ll contact you!

    I guess the release of new version may be sometime later this month…

    Thanks for your patience!
    -Dave 🙂

    Just wanna say (to both of you) that WooCommerce Delivery Notes is very useful for me..
    I hope you guys develop this great plugin more and more..
    Good luck with what you are doing there.


    — thanks —

    Since the last update i can’t print the delivery note and the invoice anymore. I get a message that i don’t have the permission to see that page.
    What’s the problem and how can i solve this problem?


    Hi there!

    Try to de-activate and re-activate the plugin.
    Then go to WooCommerce > Settings > Print and re-adjust and re-save the settings.

    Then go to your orders and try to re-print an invoice or a delivery note.

    Otherwise, if it is still not working do a bug report here:

    Hope that helps a bit,
    Dave 🙂


    Also, if you had a custom template in use, you have to re-name the folder after the update.
    So from:




    -Dave 🙂


    I did the first but that didn’t help.
    And what is a custom template, i don’t think i have it, because i didn’t made things by myself.


    I am sorry I can’t help any further – I am no longer the plugin’s main author and the new author is the expert for the new and changed code base.

    I strongly encourage, that you do an error report here:

    Thanx, Dave 🙂

    …have you a proper user role like “shop manager” (set from WooCommerce) or “Administrator” with proper capabilities?

    No i’m only using admin that i have choosen with using wordpress.

    there is something different in the update that makes that i don’t have permission to see the delivery note.


    Plugin Author piffpaffpuff


    which woocommerce version do you use? your user profile needs to have ‘manage_woocommerce_orders’ capability. normally woocommerce adds this to the admin user. try to deactivate/activate woocommerce.

    if this won’t help try the following and please report back:
    1. open /wp-content/plugins//woocommerce-delivery-notes/woocommerce-delivery-notes-print.php in a text or code editor.
    2. go to line 22 which looks like this:

    if (!current_user_can(‘manage_woocommerce_orders’) || empty($id) || empty($name)) {

    and replace it with this:

    if (!current_user_can(‘manage_options’) || empty($id) || empty($name)) {

    3. save and upload the file and try to print again.

    I’m using woocommerce 1.5.4 with wordpress 3.3.2

    I did both but it’s still doing nothing 🙁

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