chamekke wrote:Quick question about the Wishlist page (viewable from the Wishlist tab on the Personal Profile page - yay I can see it!).
Under each item on the Wishlist, there is a tickbox labelled buy off wishlist. I'm not sure it's working, since when I select an item, nothing happens... and there is no Add to Cart button (yet). How is this meant to function?
This isn't much of a handicap, since I can navigate to the individual page for each tea and add it to my cart from there. But I'm curious!
chamekke wrote:Actually, I'm not 100% sure what "buy off wishlist" is supposed to do. How would that be different from "buy this item", since I'm already looking at the wishlist? Or does this checkbox mean something more specific, e.g. "buy this item and remove it from the wishlist"? I don't think the latter is likely, but I'm not sure.
chamekke wrote:Oh, I see. Thank you - that makes a lot of sense!
Now, what does it mean when there is a checkbox that says purchased next to it, and the checkbox is greyed out so that you can't select it? (This is the case for 2 of the 4 items on Ilya's wishlist.) To me, this suggests that he bought the "purchased" items recently and that Adagio is telling me to restrict myself to treating Ilya to the wishlist items that he has not recently ordered.
ilya wrote:Ok, the code is a bit further along and should be working now. Once you click on the checkbox, you should see a total appear on the bottom of the page with a checkout button. This is a one-button checkout, so please be cautious.
chamekke wrote:ilya wrote:Ok, the code is a bit further along and should be working now. Once you click on the checkbox, you should see a total appear on the bottom of the page with a checkout button. This is a one-button checkout, so please be cautious.
I tried it out
Now the thing is, when I click on something from the wishlist, it adds it to a total on the bottom of the page as you said. However, it doesn't add it to the Shopping Cart. Is there a way to add both wishlist and non-wishlist things to the order?