Actually no need to mod the .tpl files
A quick search a few days ago resulted in me finding this:
A nice solution to the problem without having to tamper with the TPL files
I have an interesting need and I am not sure if there is something out there that might help me so I decided to post here in case any of you have info on this topic-.
What i need is to be able to select orders to fulfill and then print a list of the products to be fulfilled grouped by variants.
I would like to have a list in the form of:
[PRODUCT PHOTO] - [PRODUCT ID] - [QUANTITY]
That way i can hand the print to the person who goes to the depot and just looks for all those products.
Then they go ahead and fulfill each individual order after they fetched the products to the
Is that something that can be done with vanilla thirty bees?
Is there a module that allows me to do it?
I have been printing invoices and it proves to be cumbersome because many different orders have the same product… and also thirty bees limits the size of the product photo and sometimes is difficult to just get the item if the id is not on the product itself.
So i need a “custom made” solution for this problem or any module that allows me to do this.
Any help/pointers would be appreciated!
i am so sorry, I am using warehouse theme… will contact them :))
As of verison 104 custom payment module seems to ignore image width and height settings:
This setting was set that low to check if it was being ignored.
This is the result:
Logos are still original size and i get text overlap which is present in all browsers/sizes seems to be.
Any help or workaround would be awesome.
I would personally just count completed orders.
In my situation many customers create the online order but don’t complete the payment for whatever reason. I wouldn’t count those “phantom” orders.
@elpatron my problem is that paypal doenst have support for DOP.
So my store would be on DOP but when i will charge the credit card there must be a conversion to a supported currency before the transaction occurs.
@dosbiner that solution is for an older version of the module.
I will try it but I hope to see a better work around.
Hi guys I have a curious problem.
As I am from Dominican Republic the currency here is DOP. That currency is not supported by Paypal or other payment gateways.
So I am wondering if I can set up the store with DOP as the display currency on the Front Office (it will be the only currency displayed) but then when the customer wants to make a purchase with credit cards, the amount is converted to USD and then pass that to the Paypal module.
Is that possible or is it even a good idea?
Any workarounds for non supported currencies?
Thanks in advance
@slick_303 Actually that fixed it.
I assumed that it was like on default prestashop that if you leave all blank then it defaults to ALL
seems to be it doesnt work like that here.
yes, verified that cache is clean.
I am forced to use custom payment methods because i live in a country where currency support is extremely limited so most payment modules dont work.
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