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currently not from the settings - you'd need an action hook that would detect (e.g query the database) if the user already had this particular active addon, and if so, remove that addon as a purchase option from the addons cart page.
the different cycle prices are available to the cart per addon, but could not be used effectively without rewriting the cart templates - maybe this will be resolved in the forthcoming v7.7 betas.
not in a pleasant mood this morning, Brent ? 🙂
I take it the one below is the USD version that also has a Canadian price ?
i'm going to assume that the client uses CAD, otherwise if they were set to use USD, that could explain the situation.
also, when you save the product/service, check the database (specifically the tblpricing table to see if the database is storing the updated values).... i'm not convinced your CAD equivalent product (pid 13 ?) is actually priced in CAD.
then I assume that you have "Apply Tax To" enabled for Billable Items in the Tax Rules page - if so, that's a global setting and does not take into account line item tax statuses, as demonstrated by this feature request... four votes in four years is not exactly overwhelming support for the feature! if you like, I can also give you numerous threads, like this one from over 9 years ago, asking about doing this.
that wouldn't be the conclusion I would come to - I wouldn't expect it to delete/disable prices when there is not a USD value assigned... in fact, i'd be amazed if the core program was doing that... i'd be more inclined to think that the database isn't updating correctly when you are entering the price... whether that's a PHP memory issue, a SQL database issue, an admin template issue or some other cause, you may need to open a ticket with support to find out - and i'd encourage you to do so and update the thread with the results.
I wouldn't argue with that one... but then WHMCS is I think doing what the developers intend it to do, and if that's the case, they wouldn't class it as a bug... you can argue that it shouldn't be applying, or not applying tax, in the way it does to billable items, but I sincerely doubt that a post here is going to change their perception of the functionality.
oh if only everything in life could be solved with a large font! 😢
Hi , i updated WHMCS to 7.6.0 and now when login (client) and answer ticket show me a this error:
The server is temporarily busy, try again later!
Server is don't have problem.. ):
I have a services called Hourly Rate $25.00 (CAD) and I have another on for (USD). I have gone through countless times where I have set the CAD one to $25.00 for the One Time/Monthly leaving the USD unchecked. I then save the product/Service then I go to my client and add this item as a billable item and low and behold there is not $value for the CAD one.
This same Item is not taxable and the checkbox is unchecked yet when I the item as a billable item and invoice the item the invoice then has Tax applied when it IS NOT SUPPOSE TO BE TAXED! I then have to go into the invoice uncheck the apply tax checkbox then resend the invoice to my clients causing confusion to them of which one to pay!
There is a bug in the system that is deleting/disabling my Canadian Dollars value for a Product/Service when there is not USD value assigned. I should be able to set specific Prices per Currency / Item and not have these prices removed when the system auto updates the exchange rate.
The System is ignoring the Apply Tax checkbox on items, When the check box is unchecked and yet I add the item to the billable items it applies tax when it is not suppose to.
Well, I am not into this specific Lang pack but I was looking after some other modules/custom add-ons that are dead links and it happened to comment on this one...
Anyways, thanks for the effort to dig this up for me...