[SOLVED] Price label with conditional logic

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    Victor Donovic
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    Good day,
    I have implemented a calculator in our webstore and it is working very well thank you. I am now trying to modify the price to include a suffix label which changes depending on the value of one of the outputs of the calculation. In the easiest scenario I need to check and see if there is a calculator active for a product ID and then, if there is, read the value of the output weight field. This will be my conditional logic. I have successfully implemented a filter for woocommerce_get_price_html but I am unable to access the $woo_price_calculator object to use the calculatorhelper object to find if there is a calculator for my product. It is obviously not a global variable. How can I access it from my functions.php script?

    I can post my function if it would be helpful.

    Many thanks in advance.

    #7276
    Enrico
    Participant

    Dear Victor,

    Please send an email to “https://altoswebsolutions.com/contact-us”, with the subject: “AT637” and as body the same message you wrote here (Just copy & paste)

    Because I think we have a betafix version we’re testing in these days, which I think will solve you’re problem.

    After I’ve received you’re email, I will reply to it with link to download it and instructions.

    Kind Regards,
    Enrico
    AT637

    #7275
    Victor Donovic
    Participant

    Thank you so very much Enrico.

    Your time and efforts to customize and integrate this product into our webstore are greatly appreciated.

    I am extremely appreciative of all you have done.

    Many thanks.

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