How are the payment options presented to the user?

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I'm wondering how the payment options are presented to the user? Can the user select multiple options? For instance, if the options were "Ball" and "Bat", can they buy 2 "Balls" and 3 "Bats"?

Type: Pre-Sale
Status: In Progress
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webinstinct replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi there. Thanks for asking the question. A user would NOT be able to purchase 2 balls and 3 bats. They may choose one option, then purchase a quantity of that singular option. This add-on is not intended to be an estore with a "cart". It's intended for a single purchase of a single item (or 2 or more of the same item).

Hope that helps.
blakeage replied on at Permalink Reply
Thank you for the help.

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