when i scripted a process that looked at items in your store that were priced at mall minimum and then changed an ocd entry (if it existed and was already set to mallsell) to auto i was told it was not a good idea. some folks were too ocd to allow a script to make that decision and just about everyone else had some anecdote about a min priced item that was selling like hotcakes and how the item that sold last week was not the same as this week's item...
so i think a global setting would be not worth the effort to implement. a per item setting would not hurt anything but i certainly would not use it. perhaps a new what to do keyword minsell which calculates a mall price and if it is the mall minimum autosells, otherwise mallsells?
Okay, I think I know what I want to do. Might be nice if I stacked up the letters m-i-n with m on the top and n on the bottom so you can read "min" vertically and placed that to the right of the price. I'll just have to figure out the css to make that happen. If anyone wants to provide the css for that so that I can just plug it in, I would be pleased not to have to figure it out myself. Is there css for vertical words? If so then hopefully I'll just have to add float:right to make it work or if that doesn't work right I'll add another stupid table inside the table.
It'll be a few days until I get around to it.
You mean like
That looks like it should do the job. I've also spotted the following option (though I haven't played with it yet to see if it actually works well)
I believe that will turn the letters 90 degrees which might be better or worse than the other option. Opinions are welcome.Code:<span style="float:right; transform: rotate(90deg); transform-origin: left right 0;">min</span>
From what I found while trying to look it up online, rotating it would give you something like:
if you used capital letters. That could be more confusing than just a vertical "min"s
Did we ever decide how to mark things that are in the mall for mall minimum?
Or adding a tab for "things on hand"?