Formula output in the template

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  • #6793
    Yury
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    Is it possible to display part of the formula in the template?

    I use the formula to calculate the value of trees.
    [spoiler]https://avada.ee/product/tuja-zapadnaja-smaragd-60cm-250cm/[/spoiler]

    The calculation is carried out depending on the height of the tree and quantity.
    Further, when selecting an additional field, the cost of planting is added and at the end, a discount is assigned to the final cost (depending on the number of trees).

    The task is to withdraw the cost without discount next to the final cost.

    Is there any functionality in the plugin?

    #6796
    Enrico
    Participant

    Hello Yury Zvekau,

    I think that using only the formula calculator would be impossible to achieve what you wrote.

    The best thing would be to convert your formula calculator in an Excel calculator (This means you need to create a new calculator by loading an Excel file), as you will have a lot of more features.

    Read here for more information:

    https://altoswebsolutions.com/manual/woo-price-calculator/creating-a-calculator-from-a-spreadsheet-file-pro
    https://altoswebsolutions.com/manual/woo-price-calculator/how-to-overwrite-quantity-field

    Kind Regards,
    Enrico
    AT1441

    #6795
    Yury
    Participant

    I tried to import a demo calculator (.xls and .zip) – not imported (an error in the difference between the versions of the plugin).
    I tried to fill in – does not work.

    If the field is a drop-down list, indicate the value in the table or the name of the option?

    #6794
    Enrico
    Participant

    Hello Yury Zvekau,

    Please write me the WooPrice Calculator version you’re using and the demo calculator link you’re trying to import (I imagine from our website), and I will send you the correct zip file.

    In drop-down list, you have:

    Label: This is how the item will be shown on the front-end website from your visitors
    Value: This is the value that will put inside the Excel file for calculation.

    Kind Regards,
    Enrico
    AT1441

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