I've run into an issue where the "take payment" button for partially paid orders disappears after a partial refund has been issued, even if there is a remaining outstanding balance. The "Mark as Paid" button also disappears on desktop.
I have a cheque in my hand waiting to be applied to an active order with an outstanding balance but I have no way of applying the payment. I was told by Shopify support that I need to cancel the order and re-do it as a new order, but that's not an acceptible solution as it will cause a major headache for our accounting and taxes.
Anyone else run into this issue and find a better solution or work-around? I'm hoping they will fix this bug quickly because I have dozens of customers who will be affected and frustrated by this if it isn't.
I am also having an issue with this. We accept a partial payment on an order via Shopify POS, then that order disappears from the 'cash register' ipad, and can only be accessed thru the Unpaid Orders section of Shopify Admin Portal. From there, I can no longer add the remaining balance of the payment to close out the order. Which seems ridiculous, then what is the purpose of being able to apply partial payment, if the balance cannot be applied at a later date. This was NOT thought thru.
So, now there is a balance on the order, the order is still set as partial-paid, but there is NO way to add the balance payment.
Your telling me that Shopify wants you to void out that order, re-enter, then apply the full payment? That just doesn't make sense at all. We provide some clients with Net 15 / Net 30 day terms. How is it possible not to apply the remaining balance on an order?
Yes, any help or a work around that doesn't involve deleting the original order, would be greatly appreciated.
I have a similar situation in my business .
I then had a private app developed to Run me statements .
The statement has all possible scenarios that a order can have .
Attached is a example of how it looks .
If if you wish I could put you in touch with the developer who done mine .