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[*] FO : Added option to display lowest available price, based on product... #1280

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PhpMadman commented Jan 22, 2014

... quantity discounts

IceEyz commented Jan 29, 2014

Very interesting. I suppose this could be easily expanded to including combination prices. This would need to be rewritten to use the getSpecificPrice() function.


PhpMadman commented Jan 31, 2014

Yes. I think it can.
Just need to foreach the product attributes.
And would also need to add a check to see if attribute price is higher then default price.
And also, need display what combination is the low and high price.


PhpMadman commented Jan 31, 2014

And also probably then also need to add what qty has the lowest price. Since the lowest price can be specific to only one combination with one qty discount


PhpMadman commented Aug 28, 2014

Fixed merge conflicts...


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PhpMadman commented Nov 6, 2015

Still a good idea to implement, needs to be rewritten to PSR-2.
Will do when I get the time.

And will change branch to develop then.


xBorderie commented Nov 9, 2015

Quite a bit of work here too!

And, indeed, it needs to use PSR-2 and be on the develop branch. If you are up to the challenge, that would be great!

Thank you!


PhpMadman commented Nov 9, 2015

Remade in #4430

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xBorderie commented Nov 10, 2015

Thank you @PhpMadman !

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