There is not a feature like this on lemonpos.
Another workaround would be using discounts. There are 3 kinds of
discounts: by percent, by dollar, and change price. I think the price
change can help. Once the item (a generic product like "A fish") is in the
purchase list ("cart") you select the item and call the discount panel (
CTRL-D ), then you select "Price change" and enter the new price. The price
change is treated as a discount. The price is not saved (it is changed only
to the current item in the purchase).
I dont have a linux machine right now to test and confirm this (and the
version where this feature is present). But as far as i can remember, it is
present since version 0.9.5 (downloaded from sourceforge as a .deb package,
not from ubuntu repositories, or getting the source code and compile it).
On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 6:44 PM, J. W. <joel1234567@...> wrote:
> I posted this question a while back but it appears to have been truncated
> for some reason so I'm trying a second time...
> I'll be using LemonPOS in an aquarium store, where I sell lots of one-off
> unique livestock such as fish and corals. Each of these individual items
> has a unique price, and it doesn't really make sense to create a custom
> barcode and inventory of 1 for each. Is there a place that I can manually
> enter a price for something that is not in the inventory, or a method to
> handle this? The best workaround that I have thought of so far is to create
> a barcode where the unit price is 1.00 and the label is 'fish', and then
> treat it as a 'weighted' item where I would need to enter something like
> "14.99*fish" in the upc/code entry field.
> Joel Wheeler
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