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Hi, I am looking for a list of plugins that might conflict with “All in one currency converter”. Since many people seems to have this problem, it would make sense if there was a list of these interfering plugins.

Thank you !,

Best regards, Jakob

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

I’m afraid I am not able to provide such list. I’d say it is safe to assume that any plugin somehow interfering with prices/shipping costs/product options/currencies is very likely to not be compatible. Product prices is a very delicate subject, since it can influence your income.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Hi Daniel, Could you tell me why the currency converter is not working with the products widget by page builder ?. I know that it is not a problem with interference from other plugins, since I checked them all.

Thank you,

Best regards, Jakob

Hi there,

Well, it is an interference with the page builder plugin and the products widget. I cannot guarantee such compatibility, I’m afraid :( Please remember than any plugin compatibility has to be implemented separately. I do not provide support for such compatibility.

If it makes plugin unusable to you, please keep in mind you can apply for a refund, if you believe you are not able to use the plugin anymore. You can get your refund here – https://codecanyon.net/refund_requests/new and in your case I will, of course, accept it immediately.

So sorry to bring you bad news :<

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Hello, if i got custom post type, and i got price and currency meta boxs, there is any way that meta price will be convert too on the front end, with this plugin?

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

No, I’m afraid there is no way to convert custom meta fields. The only easy way to convert custom values is using a shortcode (http://dev49.net/res/woocommerce-all-in-one-currency-converter/documentation/advanced_operations/index.html#wcaiocc_convert) in product/post content.

Other than that, you can only use raw PHP – if that is fine with you, please go to wcaiocc_convert() function in inc/wcaiocc-shortcodes.php file. This function is actually what is happening after using the [wcaiocc_convert] shortcode. If you trigger this function through your code, you will be able to get the same result.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

does it auto convert based on IP and show ?

Hi there,

I try to provide the best support I can :) If it doesn’t work for you – you always have a right to return the plugin no questions asked.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Ok I bought it and configured it. But on frontend nothing happens. My base currency is USD.

But im from India, so since the plugin is active, it should automatically show me the prices in INR directly. But I still see USD.

Please check – https://goo.gl/921Ddb

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

Please follow the quick start guide first – http://dev49.net/res/woocommerce-all-in-one-currency-converter/documentation/#quick-start The easiest way to start is to add a widget with currency switcher. That way you can test the currency-switching features. I assume you’ll eventually want to get rid of it and use just geolocation (more on that here – http://dev49.net/res/woocommerce-all-in-one-currency-converter/documentation/plugin_settings/index.html#additional-options ), but first I suggest testing it with a standard currency switcher widget.

Please let me know if you managed to get it to work!

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Hi,

I have e-commerce that using IDR currency. After install all currency converter plugin, I’m still not able to setup payment using paypal. It still said : “PayPal does not support your store currency.” What am I suppose to do?

Best, Putu

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

Well, that’s an issue with PayPal integration for WooCommerce. However, it can be easily resolved. We just need to tell PayPal that IDR is accepted by PayPal, but only in WordPress Admin – that way you will be able to set it up for other currencies (for example USD). So your clients will not be able to pay via PayPal in IDR (which is understandable), but as soon as they switch to PayPal-supported currency, such as USD or EUR, they will see PayPal as a payment option.

Please contact me directly using contact form in my user profile (https://codecanyon.net/user/dev49net – on the right) and I will send you an extension to do just that.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Hi there. I noticed that the script that actually generates converter widget has one small issue: it expose WooCommerce version.

The code below can be found on any page (except admin area and some minor pages).

Look here (wc_version”:”3.4.4”):

<script type=”text/javascript”> /* <![CDATA[ / var wcaiocc_vars_data = {ajaxurl States (US) dollar”,symbol States (US) dollar”,symbol / ]]> */ </script>

So is there a way to remove or override wc_version in that output in order not to express it for the world?

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

You are right, it is not needed there (used to be in the past). It can be safely deleted. If you are using the latest version of the plugin, you can easily remove it in woocommerce-all-in-one-currency-converter\inc\class-wcaiocc-frontend.php, line 390. It says:

‘wc_version’ => $this->settings->get_wc_version(), // WooCommerce version

The whole line can be easily removed. If you want me to send you a patched file with this line removed, please contact me via contact form in my user profile – https://codecanyon.net/user/dev49net (on the right).

This will of course be fixed in the next plugin release, as soon as I complete couple of features I want to implement :)

Sorry for the inconvenience!

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Noted, thanks. Will remove the line by myself.

Hi, I have a pre-sale question. Can I set the currency manually? For example, instead of 18.40 as the value of a currency i want to set it to 19.

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

Yes, you can totally do that, just make sure you disable automatic exchange rates updates in Exchange rates section in plugin settings.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Ok I bought it and configured it. But on frontend nothing happens. My base currency is USD.

But im from India, so since the plugin is active, it should automatically show me the prices in INR directly. But I still see USD.

Please check – https://goo.gl/921Ddb

Hi there!

Just replied in another comment, thanks!

Daniel

Error occurred while updating your currencies exchange rates. The following currencies were not updated: EUR, GBP, AUD, INR. Please go to WooCommerce All in One Currency Converter settings and try changing the API for listed currencies.

Got this email

Hi there,

Are you receiving this message every 24 hours? Does this list contain all currencies used in your shop or just some of them?

Please try doing the following – go to Exchange rates section in my plugin settings and disable automatic updates – then click Save. Then enable them again and click Save again. This will reset the WP cron job.

Also, please try doing what the suggestion in the email says. The plugin is equipped with multiple exchange rates APIs to get the latest rates. Please keep in mind that they are all free, so 100% uptime is not guaranteed. They may be turned off or changed at any time – that’s why I provide many of them in the plugin settings.

You can change them in the Exchange rates section of the plugin settings.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Hello

Pre-sales question :

i understand the plugin regarding the currencies. My question is regarding the payment methods.

I need for example :

1 – if the client choose to pay in USD , then.. the cart display payment method in dollars like Paypal

2 – If the client choose to pay in Pesos Argentinos, the cart display an Argentine payment method to pay in ARS

Is this possible?

Regards Fabian

Hi there,

Thanks for the comment!

Yes, it is totally possible. You can enable specific payment gateways only for specific currencies :)

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Hey, I just installed this plugin and it is working great except one thing. I have the woocommerce product bundles plugin where I can sell kits made up of multiple items.

It seems that in any currency other than my default currency the total on the cart page is the total of the whole bundle plus the total of each individual item in the bundle.

This means the total is about double what it should be.

Do you have an suggestions on maybe how to fix that?

Thanks

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

Unfortunately, I do not provide support for such compatibility :( I do not plan adding it in foreseeable future. Maintaining such compatibilities always takes a lot of time, I tend to focus more on making the plugin satisfy the basic needs, rather than add more and more compatbilities, which are going to break eventually as updates are being released…

If Product Bundles are necessary for you and this makes plugin unusable for you, you can of course apply for a refund.

So sorry about that :(

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Is it supported Rest API? can i use it for application!?

can i get product price in special currency via woocommerce rest api? is it saved as meta data of product and can i get it via rest api ? I’ll be so grateful

Hi there,

Thanks for the comment. No Rest API support, I’m afraid, sorry :(

Kind regards, Daniel Wroblewski

For first time visits to the site, it redirects to the page with the query string for cache breaking. This redirect always adds like 1 second to load time.

So it would be cool in the future if you could just look and if the user on their initial page view matches the stores base currency and then not redirect but just set the cookie and links for all following pages.

This would make this much faster for 95% of users that do not need to change away from the stores base currency

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

This only happens if you are using caching plugin. Take a look here – http://dev49.net/res/woocommerce-all-in-one-currency-converter/documentation/plugin_settings/index.html#additional-options_1 (Currency switching with page caching support) – have you accidentally enabled this option? Are you using caching plugin, such as W3TC or WP Super Cache?

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Thanks for the plugin. I understand what it is doing. But most customers are in my stores base currency. So it would make sense that there is no need to redirect the first page load if they are loading the base version. The base version would be the one cached by the server with no query string.

Then on follow up pages they would have the query string if they were in base currency or another.

It just seems like an unneeded initial redirect for most people. So I was offering a suggestion to speed up your plugin.

Hi there,

Thank you for the suggestion. I will consider technical feasibility of this feature.

On a side note, WooCommerce uses the same mechanism since this feature was introduced – https://woocommerce.wordpress.com/2015/07/02/making-geolocation-static-cache-friendly-in-2-4/ So I’m afraid it may not be easy, but I will definitely look into it.

Thank you!

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Hi, is this compatible with WooCommerce Gravity Form Add On?

Hi there,

Thanks for the comment!

No, I’m afraid I cannot guarantee such compatibility, sorry :(

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

veptune

veptune Purchased

Hello. Is it possible to round the price of a specific currency to the last decimal ? 1230 instead of 1228, for example.

Hi there,

Thanks for the comment!

No, I’m afraid it is not possible to round 1228 to 1230. You can round 1228,89 to 1229.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

sammilo4

sammilo4 Purchased

Hey, how to get Yahoo Currency rate? I don’t have it as the option at the moment>

Hi there!

Thanks for the purchase!

Yahoo has discontinued its free currency exchange rates API. I switched to different providers. Unfortunately, it seems that Yahoo is not coming back :(

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

veptune

veptune Purchased

Hello,

Product with option price is wrong, miscalculated.

Is the comment section the only way to contact you ?

We don’t want to put the URL of our website here.

Thanks

veptune

veptune Purchased

We use TM product extra option

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase! You can also contact me using contact form in my user profile here on the right hand side – https://codecanyon.net/user/dev49net

I’m afraid I cannot guarantee compatibility with TM Extra Product Options. Each compatibility requires individual approach and maintaining it throughout the whole plugin lifecycle is just very complicated. Therefore, all compatible plugins are listed in my plugin description. If they are not listed there, it is safe to assume that they will not work together.

I am really sorry, but integrating compatibility with another plugin which changes the prices is too risky from my point of view – we’re playing with the money here and things could go wrong if some scenario is not foreseen…

If this makes plugin unusable to you, please keep in mind you can apply for a refund. I will accept that immediately.

Sorry to bring you bad news :(

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

We have been using your Woocommerce All in One Currency Converter one our website for a number of years now with great satisfaction.

There is one disadvantage however which is becoming more of a pain recently with demands on page load times ever increasing. The problem is the combination with page caching. Like many other Wordpress sites we use WP Super Cache.

While All in One Currency Converter does provide the possibility to extend the page URLs with a c=... parameter, this unfortunately leads to longer web load times in a significant number of cases, for example:

1) Users who land from search engines. In Google Webmaster Console we needed to add the c=... parameter as a non page modifying parameter to prevent duplicated content issues. The user lands on our page URL without the c=... parameter. This is detected by your plugin and it replies by serving a 307 redirect to the URL extended with the c=... parameter. That unfortunately adds 2,5 seconds to the server response time and our PageSpeed Insights Chrome User Experience Report is not good.

2) When a user types the site root name, they are first redirected by Wordpress to the URL with a trailing slash added (2,5 seconds) and then by All in One Currency Converter to the URL with the c=... parameter added.

3) The WP Super Cache cache preloading fails to preload the pages wit c=... parameters in the URL.

All in all it would be great if we would be able to ditch the c=... parameter redirects but of course we do need a caching solution.

I have looked around a bit to the competition and it turns out that the solution to caching of pages with dynamic prices is to either have Javascript dynamically replace the price in the user’s browser or have an AJAX request fetch the price from the server, like here for one of your competitors (which for the rest does no come close to offering the options and settings that you do). They call it ‘Load products price in background’:

https://www.pricebasedcountry.com/docs/getting-started/geolocation-cache-support/

The latter option may be slower because of the extra roundtrip and server response delay. In the first option it would even be possible to precalculate all regions’ prices and carry them all in a single javascript which would only need to do a geo ip resolution at the client side.

Would it be an option for you to include one of the above methods in the code of All in One Currency Converter?

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

And thank you for very detailed description.

Unfortunately, while I understand your point of view, I was never able to create a fully reliable solution to load prices in the background. I got close, but there were other problems connected with this solution as well…

If you are not happy with the plugin performance, please keep in mind you can always apply for a refund.

Please also consider the possibility of turning the caching plugin off. I have couple of websites running without a caching plugin and they are working fine. In fact, most WordPress sites are not using them. If the site is not bloated with plugins, the website should work great without any caching plugin. Just do a test to see how much you are actually gaining using a plugin. Sometimes performing a whole PHP session is only slightly slower than loading a static HTML. Downloading and rendering the page is still the longest part of the whole process.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

I am getting an error when I install this in WP. It says that no plugin is found.

Hi,

Thanks for the purchase!

Are you uploading the correct zip file? Please go to Downloads section in your CodeCanyon account ( http://codecanyon.net/downloads ) and next to my plugin click Download and choose Installable WordPress file only. This is the file you should be installing.

I wish this was the default file to be downloaded, but for some reason Envato/CodeCanyon decided otherwise :/ If it was up to me, the Installable WordPress file would be the default file to be downloaded.

Please let me know if that helped.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Hello, On the live website I have Yahoo finance(plugin version 2.9) and on the new development site Yahoo finance is gone. Is that intentional and what is the equivalent replacement for it?

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

Yahoo is no longer offering free API for exchange rates. The new versions of my plugins do not have Yahoo, but have many others users can choose from.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

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