– Two products, the main product and a secondary product.
– Two currencies, the base currency and currency B.
– No plugin incompatibilities and using the latest of everything. Currency plugin is irrelevant, you can use WOOCS – WooCommerce Currency Switcher or WooCommerce Multi-Currency.
I found an important bug that limits the plugin from being used with multicurrency. I wish I could fix it yet I don’t know where. If you could fix this bug I have a glowing review and a professional Spanish translation of the plugin waiting for you . . . . .
The issue: on the cart page, the secondary product price in currency B is converted again into currency B.
A secondary product with base currency price of $10 has no problem from product to cart to checkout. If the currency is changed to currency B (say 20 to 1 exchange rate) the price is shown correctly on the product page ($200). Then, when added to the cart it’s as if the base price were $200, and the price in the cart will show $4000.
Apparently what needs to change is not to convert already converted prices in currency B.
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