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30knees

How to define the default image for combinations

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I can define the default image for the product under the image tab, but when it comes to default images for combinations I don't see a way to do this. Here is a snip from the images assiged to a combination. It takes the first image as the default. Is there a way to either arrange the order of images or set one as the default?

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Yep ... but your post gave me the idea to look into the database. 

Solution: go to tb_image and then you can change the order under the column 'position'.

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15 hours ago, 30knees said:

It takes the first image as the default. Is there a way to either arrange the order of images or set one as the default?

Hello.

You have to edit the combination (in the product, choose 'combinations') whose image you want to be the default. Check there the image of that combination. and down there is a checkbox that reads "Default _ make this combination the default for this product" (or similar, i'm translating)

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Thank you, @Wartin, but that doesn't work when you have more than one image per combination, like I do. All the selected images belong to the combination.

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9 minutes ago, led24ee said:

You really think that your browser shows all these pictures at once ?

No, but you can click through them.

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