- Support forum for the Min Max Default Quantity for WooCommerce.
January 28, 2020 at 11:14 pm #10411061DesignParticipant
We are having an issue with updating products with the PRO version of this plugin enabled.
“An invalid form control with name=’order_item_qty’ is not focusable.”
Issue only occurs when this plugin is enabled and we’re not using any custom post types for products.
Appears to have occurred with a recent update to WooCommerce.
January 29, 2020 at 5:15 pm #104111WPWhaleModerator
- This topic was modified 6 months, 3 weeks ago by Omar.
Can you please provide me with more details & settings in order to re-produce the issue? I’ve tested “almost” all plugin settings with 3.9 a couple of days ago and it went smoothly.
OmarJanuary 31, 2020 at 2:35 am #10411261DesignParticipant
Have discovered the issue.
The admin order page allowed to input quantities smaller than the defined step value. So for example, a customer might order 0.5kg of a product, then the admins would update the quantity to 0.518 and save the order once it was processed.
Previously this used to work OK, but it appears that the plugin is now preventing the orders from being saved.
Rather than generating a visible error when attempting to update the order, the plugin just errors out and prevents the form from being submitted at all.
This really needs to have a visual warning when admins update orders with an incorrect step quantity.January 31, 2020 at 12:29 pm #104113WPWhaleModerator
Thanks for the explanation, I’ve tried reproducing this on two tests websites, and in both cases, the admin was able to change the quantity even if it doesn’t match the product min/step settings, please check this screenshot:
Is there any other setting you have that might influence this behavior?
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