Great concept but didn't work for me at 1,500 products. I can't verify it works or doesn't work on smaller sites though. Please improve this, because I would gladly pay for a premium version that did more than say 200 products at a time. Maybe make this a lite/free one and a paid one for larger amounts. Or maybe break it up into batches and just note in the UI that it will take time for each batch. Just suggestions. I am happy to improve my rating after you improve the plugin.
The addon has a great potential, however it times out if you have anything near 200k+ products... I haven't looked at the code to see if this can be tweaked out, but seems to be the problem when trying to load. Times out after six minutes isn't good... Will update my review if this is fixed.
Hello, I need to update my prices and increase them by 20%/.
But Imagine product has a few variations and their prices differ.
Please see the link below http://www.motorcyclefairings.net/shop/easy-fairings-armour-bodies-pro-series-race-track-fairings-09-12-bmw-s1000rr/ You can see that regular price is $799.9. Also you should select between some variations and the price may be increased by adding some extra costs. http://prntscr.com/cmiady
In the DB I think we have separately regualr prices and prices of each variation. E.g. variation package as on the screen ads $50 , $32 and $19.95 respectively for each selected item.
So in db we have sort of:
Regular price: $799.90
Variation 1 price (the one we have now on the screenshot): $881.90
Variation 2 price (some other variation): e.g. $850 etc.
So I wonder, if using your plugin there is a way to increase all prices by 20%. So that regular prices were increased by 20% and prices with some selected items were increased by still 20% . So that these proporions of adding $50, 32 and 19.95 were still correct and gave correct total
Cause if we increase all prices by 20%, including variations, we will have
Var 1 price: 881,9*1,2=1058,28
But if you sum 959,88 + 50 + 32 + 19,95 – you will get 1061,83, not 1058,28. So user will be confused of the wrong math here.
Is there a way to overcome this with your plugin?