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Please disregard my last message, the plugin is working fine now. It was a php setting on my end that caused the issue. Thank you!

Great, thanks for letting me know!

After you have tested the plugin and you are happy with it, I would appreciate if you could leave a rating :-) You can do this in Download section of your CodeCanyon account by clicking stars next to the plugin – http://codecanyon.net/downloads

If you have any more questions, feel free to ask, I will do my best to help you out.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Hello, Is there a way to add a defined shipping price to a product that won’t use the exchange rate? For example, my store’s currency is in USD when I sell to Canadians the tangible products I set the price manually without using the automatic exchange rate. For my downloadable products the exchange rate is calculated automatically. I want to be able to set my own price for the shipping cost without it being changed by the exchange rate. I want to put that shipping is $8 and they pay $8 CAN and not $10.57 because it’s been converted from USD. Is there a way to do this? Thank you, Laura

When I do that it doesn’t let me change the shipping classes. For example, I gave flat rate shipping at 0 and each class is a different price. class 1 – [qty] * 9 class 2 – [qty] * 6 class 3 – [qty] * 5 When I leave the CAD currency set to auto it converts from USD When I put in 0 it charges the rate as 0 When I put in [qty] * 1 to see if it would add $ to the shipping classes but it doesn’t, it only charges $1 for any times under flat rate. When I put a price in there it only converts effects the flat rate price and doesn’t add the shipping class price to the total.

I tried adding two flat rate options but I can’t add those to the items, it only allows me to add shipping classes.

How can I use this plugin so it will apply a CAD amount to the classes under Flat Rate.

Thank you

Hi there,

Thanks for the details. I will look into it over the weekend and let you know ASAP.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Hi there,

You are right, custom shipping prices do not take classes into account. I will definitely work on it, but due to complexity of this issue, I do not know when exactly I will be able to deliver this.

If the lack of support for shipping classes makes the plugin unusable for you, you can apply for a refund here – https://codecanyon.net/refund_requests/new

So sorry for the trouble. Shipping classes were never actually tested during the development and testing stages, which is why they are not supported. I extremely apologize for that.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

Hello, Why does your plugin add this to the end of all my page urls? ?c=e38de74562d1 And how can I stop that from showing. Thank you

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

The URL parameter is only used when you have page caching support enabled. The appended parameter solution is the same one that WooCommerce uses for Geolocation with page caching, take a look – https://woocommerce.wordpress.com/2015/07/02/making-geolocation-static-cache-friendly-in-2-4/ WooCommerce adds ?v=XXXXX parameter, and my plugin adds ?c=XXXXX parameter.

When pages are cached, PHP basically does not run. So based on the URL, a caching plugin loads a statically saved HTML file of the page. The problem is that each product can have different prices/currencies under the same URL. That’s why URLs need to be differentiated, so the additional parameter must be added.

If you are using a cache plugin, such as W3TC, this parameter is necessary in order to use multi-currency functionality. For multi currency sites, the typical cache plugin rule “same URL = same content” does not apply, so the URLs need to be differentiated. I decided to go with WooCommerce AJAX geolocation feature, since it was already tested and proven to be working.

If you are not using cache plugin, then you have probably activated this feature in my plugin by accident. Please go to my plugin’s settings Advanced section and deactivate “Currency switching with page caching support” feature.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

assentia

assentia Purchased

Hi, On our site we have used “bulk discount” as a product option and it looks like it is very close to working. The price for the product is displayed properly in the cart but the sub total is incorrect. Could you provide some advise on where we should be looking within the plugin to update or is there an update planned?

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

Well, I’m afraid it is actually very far from working, because from your description, it seems that only the display-layer has been changed, not the real price.

Unfortunately, I have not tested my plugin with Bulk Discount and I cannot guarantee such compatibility, as it is not mentioned in my plugin’s description :( Many plugins extending WC functionality cannot easily be made compatible with multi currency plugins.

If this makes my plugin unusable for you, please keep in mind that you can return the plugin.

I am sorry my plugin did not allow you to achieve what you needed.

Kind regards,
Daniel Wroblewski

gmpower

gmpower Purchased

Hello Dev49net

I’ve a Issue with the Plugin. Hope you can support me to fix it, I would also pay for it if it’s necessary.

The Problem is: https://bodensee-radmarathon.ch/produkt/gruppenanmeldung/ Here I use Gravity Forms as Product – works well with the main currency. (CHF) But when I switch to Euro, the Total Price is 0 on WooCoomerce Cart.

I would override the Price in cart but this also only works with the main currency…

Can you help me?

Regards

Hi there,

Thanks for the purchase!

No, I’m afraid I cannot guarantee compatibility with Gravity Forms. 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.

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

hi I have pre sale question. My shop has different pricing for different country ,so that looks good to me with your plugin just enable those countries and add the product price for that country. But I just realized what can happen is if say Im Australia and I see Australian price of the product but I ship it to freind in New Zealand and in New Zealand I have different price for the product so when someone selects New zealand in shipping country again the price now should change to New Zealand price and not Australia just because the IP detects Australia so I need to make some double check while selecting shipping country so to avoid cases when people ship in other countries while looking at price of one country, so you if thats possible with your plugin please let me know

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