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rynert
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Posted - May 17 2009 :  06:29:28  Show Profile  Visit rynert's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Is it possible for a customer to change the product feature after the item has been added to the cart?

For example we have 5 text boxes which take free-form text.

As far as I can tell the only way it to remove from the cart, and add again.

http://www.homebrew4u.co.uk/

support
Administrator

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Posted - May 19 2009 :  23:14:32  Show Profile  Visit support's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi there

Unfortunately once a feature has been added to the cart it cannot be edited. They are a bit limited in this manner for using text boxes.

Sorry I could not be of more assistance with this one.

Thanks
Cam

VPASP Support
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rynert
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Posted - June 09 2009 :  11:13:52  Show Profile  Visit rynert's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Is there any way to sort the order that the features appear?

http://www.homebrew4u.co.uk/
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g3nnin
VP-ASP Super User

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Posted - June 09 2009 :  14:56:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi,

The feature sort order should be handled by xfeaturesort field. You could then enter any unused field (ie. featureother1) to make your own feature order.
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rynert
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Posted - June 09 2009 :  15:39:57  Show Profile  Visit rynert's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Thanks. That is a part solution - does not allow sorting at product level though when different orders are required for different products.

http://www.homebrew4u.co.uk/
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