- Support forum for the Cost of Goods Sold (COGS): Cost & Profit Calculator for WooCommerce.
September 3, 2022 at 11:54 am #90118Adelina BraskParticipant
Hej, when are you adding compatibility with WPML? I can’t use your pluging with WPML currencies automatically…They wanna help. See reply from them:
thanks for getting back and taking the time to reproduce the issue.
I have checked and it seems it would require deeper compatibility work between Cost of Goods for WooCommerce by WPFactory and WPML.
I see they already have their own option you use for multicurrency, which you can probably use for now. Please check if it helps and works fine for you. Image attached.
I have checked our system and I do not see any records about this plugin or compatibility work, nor is it on our official list:
Please ask them to join our Go Global compatible program, our developers will be glad to help them in the process of making their plugin WPML compatible.
We would need some goodwill from authors in order to solve this issue and make their plugin compatible.
We are willing to help them out but need some collaboration from their side also.
I hope you understand. Please let me know if there is anything else I can do for you.
DrazenSeptember 5, 2022 at 8:38 pm #90119PabloModeratorPlugin Support
We have created the wpml-config.xml some time ago with the
_alg_wc_cog_costmeta set up. It’s meant to be copied between translations, as the regular price is. This is our xml file:
<wpml-config> <custom-fields> <custom-field action="copy">_alg_wc_cog_cost</custom-field> </custom-fields> </wpml-config>
Our multicurrency section is more oriented to orders. For example, if you use a multicurrency plugin on your site and some customer purchases a product in a currency different than the shop base, our multicurrency section will convert the cost and profit values from the order to the shop base currency.
Our plugin expects the product costs to be registered with the base shop currency.
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