Support » Plugin: WooCommerce Fixed Quantity » Using with 'Variable' products

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  • I have the same issue with variable products.

    Plugin Author Habibillah

    (@habibillah)

    Yes, there is a plan to add this feature for variable product, but not sure when it will be released

    We’re also looking forward to use this plugin with variable products. We’d even be ready to pay for such a plugin.

    Is there any progress about that feature? Anything we can do to help?

    Add me to the list for supporting Variable Products

    Plugin:
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/woocommerce-fixed-quantity/

    I really need this, and i love this plugin, does anyone knows another alternative that features variations?

    Has there been any progress to this? It would be a great addition.

    Plugin Author Habibillah

    (@habibillah)

    Someone have work on it at https://github.com/Phiph/woocommerce-fixed-quantity maybe that work for you

    I tried the version at github and while it does allow variable pricing, it only does so on a per-item basis. We use the Woocommerce Dynamic Pricing plugin to generate variable pricing based on quantity of items purchased within designated categories and that works well for us. However we are now in a situation where we need to limit the quantities available to our customers.

    Your plugin is great for what we need, restricting items only to specific quantities. However, the part of the plugin that applies a discount and sets the price is keeping the Dynamic Pricing plugin from doing what we need it to.

    Is it possible to strip this plugin down so it only touches the quantity side of things without touching discounting and pricing? As this would be extra work I would be happy to discuss appropriate compensation for that.

    Plugin Author Habibillah

    (@habibillah)

    @gftest302 maybe you may set all discount to 0 in this plugin

    I tried that. The plugin works great as long as each item is priced only in relation to itself. The wrinkle we have is that we discount based on the quantity purchased with a specific category even if it is across several items. I need to be able to limit the options that can be selected for quantity (and not in a regular stepped manner where Min/Max Pricing plugin works, but such as 250, 500, 1000) and have that quantity handled exactly as WooCommerce typically handles the quantity.

    I know very little about coding, but if WooCommerce has a standard variable where they store the quantity and your plugin is bypassing that to combine quantity, price, and discount and only outputting that final number to WooCommerce. I need to be able to limit the quantity but have it be stored in the quantity variable that WooCommerce typically uses. Does that make sense and sound at least close to how the system behaves?

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