Strange Error on Tax Display

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3 years 2 months ago #270022

-- url of the page with the problem -- : www.andreasuriani.com
-- HikaShop version -- : 3.0.1
-- Joomla version -- : Latest
-- PHP version -- : 7.x

Hi Guys,
i have this problem:

I'm using 3 kinds of tax rules:

1)Solo Regimi Minimi
2) Ordinaria + Inps
3) Minimi + Inps

and i have 3 kinds of tax:
- Iva (Regime Minimi) 0%
- Iva (Ordinaria) 23%
- Inps 4%

The strange things is when i choose "Solo Regimi Minimi" in the checkout HS show the description like "IVA" otherwise if i choose "Minimi + Inps" its show " Iva (Regime Minimi" correctly.

How can i fix it?

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3 years 2 months ago #270023

I also tried to set "Cumulative Tax" but with no good result...

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3 years 2 months ago #270026

Hi,

That's actually not possible to get either display. HikaShop doesn't display any row for the taxes when the tax rate is 0%.
Luckily, I know that you had another subject about how to display a row for when there is no taxes ( www.hikashop.com/forum/taxes/890300-chec...n-t-show.html#270024 ). Please make sure to mention these crutial details next time.
So it's normal that it displays only IVA. That's the translation you have in your italian translation file for the translation key TAXES that you're using in the custom code that you added. So just change that text by another one with a translation override of that translation key.

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3 years 2 months ago #270061

Ok. I'll make a modification on translate file.
Do you think to improve it in the future?

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3 years 2 months ago #270064

We'll see in the future to make the difference between no tax rates at all and a tax rate of 0%.

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