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  1. Any way i can have stock change dynamically like if i have 15 products and it wont go over 15 but if one becomes available then it goes to one available.
  2. so I just tried that and it seems that it doesn't restart the 30-day timer just keeps it going. to 0
  3. I thought of that but I use the https://pterodactyl.io/ game panel and they only have an addon for WHMCS. Edit: I looked into it more and it looks cool but I already have people using the pterodactyl panel. If this can't be done. That's fine ill have to find a new way around.
  4. I run a free hosting for game servers and I need a special addon to be made for the billing panel.So the panel will renew the service every month automatically and I want to have an addon that will change that.here's how it would work after a user rents a server there will be a time in this format(day) : (hour) : (minute) : (second) and there will be a button next to it called restart it would restart the timer back to 30 days or 30 : 00 : 00 : 00 then if it hits 00:00:00:00 an email will be sent saying the service is suspended and they need to hit renew. the grace time would be 5 days in suspended more after that the server gets terminated. also, an email gets sent after each stage (active, suspended, terminated,)
  5. I cant get whmcs to allow promo codes after you buy. how do I set it up?
  6. would this addon do the trick? https://www.modulesgarden.com/products/whmcs/hosting-renewals#annual-license
  7. every month they have to renew it by clicking renew or anyway that's not auto or with me doing it by hand.
  8. So I have a free product and I want to make it so clients have to renew the product every month to keep it. And I dont know how to do that any ideas?
  9. Welcome to WHMCS.Community Jacksharkben! We're glad you're here please take some time to familiarise yourself with the Community Rules & Guidelines and take a moment to introduce yourself to other WHMCS.Community members in the Introduce Yourself Board.

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