ateloh wrote:Hey, I am using the latest version of OpenCart Version 126.96.36.199.
Just wondering if measurements of products (small boxes) need to be in mm or cm?
For some reason, it seems that the Module is not splitting the order up over multiple parcels.
For example, I have a box that weighs 609g (in grams on open cart) dimensions 115x110x150mm (in mm on open cart too)
And I have, Australia Post Standard enabled and it gives me
$8.65 for one item @ 0.61kg
I then order 20 of the same item, which equates 12.18kg, ask for shipping quote and it gives me $8.65.
Does this sound right to you?
Id like to put my store on-line asap, however I do not want to miss quote my customers.
It won't split into multiple parcels until the parcel weight exceeds 20kg, which is the Australia Post parcel limit.
It does seem strange that the price isn't increasing with that amount of increase in weight. If you enable express postage as well (not satchels) do you get the same quote result (ie. when you increase the parcel weight, the price doesn't increase)?
If I can't re-create the issue here I may need to get you to add some lines to the module to debug it. Do you have access to the PHP error log on the server you are configuring this on?
I had trouble replicating your issue. I configured the details of the iPhone to exactly match your information in my test environment (length/weight etc) and then calculated postage from an NSW postcode (random) to a QLD postcode (random).
These were the results, first price is for x1, second price is for x20:
Australia Post Standard (est. 3 days delivery) $12.25
Australia Post Standard (est. 3 days delivery) $27.85
Is your origin postcode the same as your destination when testing?, wondering if something like that may be fudging the price.