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  • #1929

    ronilagin
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    Hello,

    So the plugin allows you to set an expiration date on the packages.  Is it possible for a user to have multiple packages?  So let's say I buy a package with 1 post with a 1 year expiration.  Then in 6 months I buy another package for 1 post.  Then I would have 1 package that expires in 6 months and 1 package that expires in a year.

    Thanks

    #1931

    Tareq Hasan
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    Post count: 2831

    Nope, thats not possible in this current architecture.

    #1933

    ronilagin
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    Will there be an addition to the plugin to have multiple packages per customer?

    #1935

    Tareq Hasan
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    I don't understand why would you need that? Both are for creating new posts, for that, single pack will be enough. If you had multiple packages, which one should be decreased if you create a new post?

    #1936

    ronilagin
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    Deduct by first to expire?  I just don't want someone to purchase a package that expires in a year, and on month 11 they buy another package and it resets the expiration on the credits that are about to expire.

    #1938

    Tareq Hasan
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    Post count: 2831

    Perhaps the solution would be not to reset the existing post count, but add the new post count to the existing pack?

    #1940

    ronilagin
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    Well I've already made adjustments to the plugin to do this, but the issue still is that each transaction should have a different expiration date.

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