Hi opencartdev,opencartdev wrote:A little bit more helpful at all? I did pass 1st grade at school! Instead of your waste of time comments, can you show me a site where it does work? Sorry to be blunt, but Im getting nowhere and your feedback isnt of any real value sorry...bigal wrote:When you test, change your quantity from 1 to 24 or more so that there is more weight, then you'd see price difference when you go to cart and quote using post code 2000 and 4000.opencartdev wrote:Hi,
And thanks for a reply!
Ive added weights and sizes to all my products with no effect at all. Ive also tried different postcodes and this didnt change the prices either? I dont think it's calculating anything and if it is the module isnt taking any of it into account?
Does anyone have this working in 1.5.4? Id love to hear how and what I need to do to make it work.
As per another site which Im starting to beleive and think I should go back a version: http://www.websynn.com/2011/03/22/why-n ... cart-team/ Sad joke is this 1.5.x?
The module seems to be working for me. Here are some things to check.
1. Check you have the latest version from here https://github.com/opencart/opencart/bl ... uspost.php
2. Check your have kg set to 1 and g set to 1000 in the weight classes.
3. Check your products have a weight in kg and kg selected as the weight class.
4. Check the Australia Post module has it's weight class set to g (grams).
With this setup as long as the pick up and destination postcodes were different a 3 kg cart would give a different price to a 6kg cart. If the pick up and destination are the same http://drc.edeliver.com.au/ratecalc.asp will return the same price for any thing over 500g anyway.
If you still can't get it working start a new thread and give some examples of products and postcode with what price you expect to see.