• Resolved ujora

    (@ujora)


    Hi Marteen,

    Another question for you here 😉

    I was trying out the plugin on this site: https://herr-raus.de/product/kanutour-schweden-nordmarken-9-tage/

    When I load the page for the first time, product total show 643 Euro (cheapest option). When I start configuring, I end up with a different total however. But the plugin doesn’t reflect that.

    Do you have any idea why that is?

    Best
    Jonas

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  • Plugin Author Maarten Belmans

    (@maartenbelmans)

    Hi Jonas,

    Can you clarify what you mean? Perhaps with a short recording? I tried the options and it seems to be working: https://i.snipboard.io/NYPc6A.jpg

    Kind regards,
    Maarten

    ujora

    (@ujora)

    Hi Marteen,

    Actually, if you look at the screenshot you’ll see that the price for the product is 646 Euros but the total is 643 Euro.

    Best,
    Jonas

    Plugin Author Maarten Belmans

    (@maartenbelmans)

    Ah, yes you are right! Sorry I missed that.

    Are you using a plugin or some custom code for the variations?

    ujora

    (@ujora)

    Hi Marteen,

    I am trying out “Excel-Like Price Changer for WooCommerce and WP E-commerce – Light” to set the prices on the variations, but to create the variations I’m using standard WooCommerce functionality.

    Also, I just reset a few of the prices manually through WooCommerce, but the issue still remains: https://herr-raus.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/01.png

    Does the plugin usually work with custom prices per variation?

    Cheers, Jonas

    Plugin Author Maarten Belmans

    (@maartenbelmans)

    Thanks Jonas,

    I’ll get to work on finding the bug!

    Yes, it usually works with custom prices per variation. I’m already replicating the issue on my machine and it is related to WooCommerce fetching the variation via ajax.

    You may know this already, but: when you have more than 30 variations for a product, WooCommerce will fetch the variation via ajax when you make a selection. If you have less than 30 variations, WooCommerce will load the variations in the HTML.

    You have more than 30, so it is using ajax to fetch them.

    This was just FYI. I’m working on fixing it 🙂

    ujora

    (@ujora)

    I didn’t know that, but that’s very interesting.

    Thank you s much for the great support!

    Plugin Author Maarten Belmans

    (@maartenbelmans)

    Hi @ujora

    I just pushed an update (v 1.0.7) that should:
    a) fix your issue.
    b) include searching products with ‘draft’ status.

    Please update and let me know :-).

    ujora

    (@ujora)

    That’s awesome – seems to be working! Great 🙂
    I’ll run a few tests but so far everything seems good. Thank you!

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