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Yes, the answer to this is - it depends on the Payment Processor that you use whether you can do this. With the CiviCRM iATS extension you could have people schedule a recurring contribution with one installment for a date in the future (perhaps the day after your event). What this will do is tokenize the credit card; on the future date the token with an ...


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The answer posted by Interlated can be problematic and display incorrect name if the contact doing the contribution has different name specific for billing fields. For Eg - A contribution page is created with profile = "Name and Address". When the page is visited online, the profile + billing profile is loaded on the form. User unchecks the option My ...


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In the message template, put this in the <body> section of the html format section and then send yourself a contribution receipt. {assign_debug_info} <table id="table_assigned_vars"> {section name=vars loop=$_debug_keys} <tr class="{cycle values="odd,even"}"> <th>{ldelim}${$_debug_keys[vars]|escape:'html'}{...


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I have my Alt Invoice extension, which sends an additional invoice to someone based on their relationship. I'd say that a developer could start from there to make an extension and be more than halfway there.


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Apparently our PHP installation was missing the bcmath package which bccomp() needs. By installing the package via php7.1-bcmath we were able to then process the refunds accordingly. Did not see it here (https://docs.civicrm.org/sysadmin/en/latest/requirements/) but I could be missing something?


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I believe this is possible with the Line Item Editor extension.


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Similar to Black Fly's extension, I published a basic extension that only adds an option to force recurring donations (per contribution page setting). I would still recommend first testing Alan's extension, it has a much more complete feature set. I'm just adding this as an alternative, I wanted to implement it a bit differently. To download: https://lab....


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Other than the issue of the "Other' radio button not being selected, the answer here should work for Other too: https://civicrm.stackexchange.com/a/12977/96


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Apparently, enabling the iATS ACG/EFT payment processor on a donation page causes the recurring checkbox to be pre-checked. We're using CiviCRM with WordPress, with a child theme and a custom page template for the CiviCRM front end page. I was able to automatically uncheck the recurring checkbox by simply adding the following javascript to the CiviCRM page ...


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