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Applying a discount ProblemAsked by clinton9 on October 29, 2016 at 01:49 PM
Here is my form
Its for a screen printing instant quote, this is rough concept but is working rather good.
Here is where i am at. There is a price break depending on the qty you get, by default you can see qty 12-23 is for $17.19, when the amount hits a total of 24 i have a discount of $4.04 off each price. When i make a condition to apply that discount its screws up the each price. So i made a new each field just to test, its working. Is there a way to subtract that $4.04 cents from the each to bring the new each price to the $13.15 like it is doing in the new each field.
So i have all these conditions that are working, that make the each field correct, is there a way to re-start the formula to only apply to the each filed?
Sorry if this is confusing, i just cant seem to make this equation work in the regular each field.
I've tried to evaluate on how to run the condition on a cleaner, shorter, and in a way easier to understand, but I couldn't find any way better than what you did already.
Do you still need an alternative way on how to deliver a better solution on this?