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Re: Unit (Swedish) rounding and POSby
Voedsel.Coop, Ronald Wopereis
as Torvald mentions below, the same is valid for the Netherlands.
so: with Cash it is 2x1.99 euro = 3.98 => customer pays with 4 euro's - and - no change is given back
also: with debit card (bank payment, PIN in Dutch language) the customer pays exactly 3.98 euro
would be great to see this happen.
2015-11-06 11:33 GMT+01:00 Meet Dholakia <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
We can remove the rounding on the product price and round only total amount that way your goal will be fulfilled.Hello Ronald,Thanks for your feedback.On Thu, Nov 5, 2015 at 9:07 PM, Ronald Wopereis <email@example.com> wrote:dear Meet,i have tested the pos_rounding module.it is not what i had in mind.the problem is, the prices are rounded on the article (product) level.what i was looking for was: correct prices on the article (product) level, and a rounding on the total_amount level.so two articles, each costing 1.99 euros, make 3.98 euros.when a customer pays with 4 euros, they don't receive any money back,because the 2 cents euro coin is not a current coin.hope this helps,best regards, Rondear Meet,thank you for the pos_rounding module.we will test it this weekend and let you know.thx, RonWe would love to get the Queries, suggestions.Hello Everyone,
We have added swedish rounding (0.5) for pos interface.You can find module pos_roundingInitilly module will round the product's price and total amount of order.We will check the functionality of account_invoice_rounding module and will make it compitable for pos module.Waiting for your response.Thanks.Thanks.@lorenzo,As I was working on planned things, I am available from now, i will soon give you a update.--On 15 October 2015 at 11:34, Meet Dholakia <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:We will make extract the functionality and will do PR in oca/pos soon.We had already added this functionality in POS for one of our projects.Hello,@Jay Vora @Yannick @Ronald,Hello Meet,do you need help?Do you have any piece of code to show, even not working in generic cases?Thanks--