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  • #32731
    Arvid Viderberg
    Participant

    So in my backend settings I have disabled SKU and downloadable files.
    However, if I add variations as an vendor, there still the posibility to add SKU and downloadable files..

    #32739
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    Those settings wont translate to your variable products. Variable products show all or none, there’s no good way around it.

    #32749
    Arvid Viderberg
    Participant

    Would it be possible to use filters? 🙂

    #32750
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    Nope……. Welcome to JavaScript……..

    #32751
    Arvid Viderberg
    Participant

    Oh man, that is some bad news…

    Isn’t there any way to get rid of them? :/
    Can’t have it like this..

    #32754
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    If you want to hack away at the core, go for it. I do not believe there is *ANY* easy way to do it, and Jamie confirmed that.

    #32763
    Dylan
    Participant

    Hey Ben,

    I wrote a suggestion relating to this topic in the big 1.3.0 thread, I’m not sure if you saw it, might have gotten lost amongst all the other replies:

    “4. Relating to hiding certain checkboxes / fields for variables. Perhaps an interim solution which would not cause conflicts would be to add some css classes like “all-25 downloadable”, “all-100 shippingclass”, etc. and then vendors could set whatever they want hidden right now to visibility:hidden. This is not the prettiest solution, but what do you think?”

    Do you think this could be a possible solution for now?

    #32765
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    That would probably be the best solution, using simple css to hide things. I havent checked out the CSS to see if everything is named uniquely, but knowing Jamie, it probably is.

    #33022
    Arvid Viderberg
    Participant

    @ben Unfortunately it seems like Jamie didn’t do that. The checkboxes for Downloadable and Virtual have the same class.
    Is there a core file that I can edit to remove the options?

    #33049
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    If there is, I dont know it. I’m really, quite frankly, a daft prick when it comes to CSS. I really need to learn it. 😉 You could teach me a ton on that level! I’ve added a ticket for Jamie to make some CSS tweaks so that it’s a bit less hacky for you. Ticket #381. Once he’s updated the ticket with the code changes for next release I’ll let ya know what they are so that you can plan ahead. Till then, hack, hack hack away! 🙂

    #35420
    Arvid Viderberg
    Participant

    @ben A bit disappointed as I thought this was to be fixed in the latest release, however, the divs still have the same class.

    #35503
    Jamie
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    I missed this in that release because I’m going to do what you wanted in the first plcae 🙂 Never fear, the next release will actually abide by those check boxes so you won’t have to do anything.

    cheers,

    Jamie.

    #37032
    Arvid Viderberg
    Participant

    @digitalchild Just installed the latest release, but the boxes are still showing up? :/

    #37212
    Jamie
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    Yes apologies for this, the next major release 1.4.0 will have this feature, I had to push the minor release to get some bug fixes out the door.

    cheers,

    Jamie.

    #43681
    Arvid Viderberg
    Participant

    Still no update regarding this? Been waiting for two and half month… 🙁

    #43718
    Jamie
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    Work is ongoing for this. We are also replacing our licensing system, which is taking more time then we had hoped. Variations will listen to the existing form tick boxes. So if you disable them in the current system, those items in variations will also be disabled. There will also be actions before and after every variation input. I’ve also added a filter to the variations load page so if you did want to load your own version of this file you can.

    cheers,

    Jamie.

    #65010
    Arvid Viderberg
    Participant

    @DIGITALCHILD @BEN trying to go through the changelog but can’t find if this issue has been fixed or not. Can you confirm? 🙂

    #65049
    Anna
    Member

    @aweponken
    Arvid V,
    If you are seeking the option to remove certain selections from variables, then yes– this is now a feature in WC Vendors Pro.
    The options (check boxes) are located here: wp admin > woocommerce > wc vendors > product form
    Scroll down to: Variables
    And you will see the check boxes to disable certain options from the Variables section on the front end product form.

    #66639
    Arvid Viderberg
    Participant

    @FERVOUS I’m looking to disable Downloadable for variable products. Is this possible?
    Can’t test on your dev site, since it’s in the backend.

    #66659
    Anna
    Member

    @aweponken
    In WC Vendors Pro v1.4+ yes–
    wp admin > woocommerce > wc vendors > product form: Variations .. check the checkbox for Downloadable to hide it.

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