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Future of Padloper - New Project Lead Announcement

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On 11/21/2018 at 5:58 PM, ngrmm said:

i know this not depends onĀ padloper. but maybe there is a possibility for force-switch the language in the new product-template.
or maybe update the price at the checkout if the user enter in the final billing-address.
i hope you understand what i mean šŸ™‚

What @LostKobrakaiĀ said. :-).

On 11/21/2018 at 9:30 PM, ngrmm said:

thats right, but how about updating prices based on billing address?

I don't think this is something Padloper should handle. If prices need to be adjusted, we have Hooks for such things. Alternatively, you could add custom priceĀ fields to the product template and use those instead, following some logic. So, this is up to theĀ Ā dev. On a side note, I'm not sure I get the rationale of adjusting a product's price based on a customer's location. Shipping, yes, but not the actual product price. Is it because of exchange rates? Aren't those handled by the merchants?

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On 11/23/2018 at 7:43 AM, MarcoPLY said:

Can we have something likeĀ ready-api.php page, with all the variableĀ forĀ useĀ just like a endpointĀ for connect with the API of anyĀ carriers ?Ā 

Could be a backend page whereĀ for each of our PadloperĀ fields there are editable fieldsĀ to connect with theĀ carriers API.Ā Also will be great if there are the fields for add the link of theĀ carriers page where send the data.

OrĀ maybe could be just a page where there are a recapĀ of our API + documentationĀ and that in a separate php page we will write our code.

I'll consider these when we get to that stage, thanks.

1 hour ago, Jozsef said:

Do you have a rough idea on when will an initial release be available? I'd need to add a simple store to a PW site after the holidays.

My initial estimates was 6 months from when I got started (please see first post). I can't promise that though; it could even be shorter! Thanks for the interest.

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Hello everyone!

One main question for me is, will there be shipping types for countrys. E.g. in Europe you need this to deliver your goods to other countries because the shipping costs depending on them.

May I don't read well, but I can't find so far an information.

Thanks for your reply.

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16 hours ago, MateThemes said:

Hello everyone!

Welcome to the forums @MateThemes

16 hours ago, MateThemes said:

will there be shipping types for countrys. E.g. in Europe you need this to deliver your goods to other countries because the shipping costs depending on them.

Yes.

16 hours ago, MateThemes said:

but I can't find so far an informatļ»æion.

It is here. I quote:

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A shipping region can be any of these:

  • Continent (E.g. Asia)
  • CountryĀ (Germany, Lithuania, UAE)
  • State/Province (Kowloon, Goa, Texas, Arezzo)

You can set up shipping by postcodes, states/provinces, countries or continents. All these are just sub-divisions of the same thing :-). A group of postcodes make a city, a group of cities a state, a group of states countries and a group of countries continents :-). Padloper will not have something like 'what type of shipping zone do you want to create?' Instead, you create the zone and throw in the countries or provinces (optionally delimited by postcodes) you want. If you want a European Union zone, throw in the countries that make up the Union in that zone and the applicable shipping rates. If you want a zone for South America, throw in the countries that make up that continent. If you want zones for Middle, Far and Near East, specify the respective countries for those regions. Please note that it is not an all or nothing system. If you don't want Brazil in your South America zone, then don't include it in the zone but insteadĀ create a different zone for it, unless of course you don't ship to Brazil, in which case, just exclude it entirely.

Hope this answers your question.

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Chiming in just to wish you lots of luck with the project @kongondo! Better late than never, right?Ā 

I'm very curious about the result of your hard work šŸ™‚

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2 minutes ago, diogo said:

Chiming in just to wish you lots of luck with the project @kongondo! Better late than never, right?Ā 

Thanks buddy. I appreciate it.

2 minutes ago, diogo said:

I'm very curious about the result of your hard work šŸ™‚

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2 hours ago, diogo said:

Chiming in just to wish you lots of luck with the project @kongondo! Better late than never, right?Ā 

I'm very curious about the result of your hard work šŸ™‚

Same, I will certainly be purchasing.

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20 hours ago, kongondo said:

Welcome to the forums @MateThemes

Yes.

It is here. I quote:

You can set up shipping by postcodes, states/provinces, countries or continents. All these are just sub-divisions of the same thing :-). A group of postcodes make a city, a group of cities a state, a group of states countries and a group of countries continents :-). Padloper will not have something like 'what type of shipping zone do you want to create?' Instead, you create the zone and throw in the countries or provinces (optionally delimited by postcodes) you want. If you want a European Union zone, throw in the countries that make up the Union in that zone and the applicable shipping rates. If you want a zone for South America, throw in the countries that make up that continent. If you want zones for Middle, Far and Near East, specify the respective countries for those regions. Please note that it is not an all or nothing system. If you don't want Brazil in your South America zone, then don't include it in the zone but insteadĀ create a different zone for it, unless of course you don't ship to Brazil, in which case, just exclude it entirely.

Hope this answers your question.

Thank your for your fast reply!!! I didn't see it that you already mentioned it!!!

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