I’d like to have a tag that adds a line to an order in a specific location, to separate courses. I’ve already read through
http://forum2.sambapos.org/index.php?topic=338.15 but we’re not that sophisticated
We do, however, have items that can either be an appetizer or an entree, and we need to be able to group them based on the tables preference. I have added a menu item, which is basically --------------------, but it cannot have a zero price, and a tag would fit the workflow much better. Example ticket, both on screen and in printer would look something like this
Thanks in advance. PS Samba4 is working great for us!
You can use order tags and Group Menu items using numbers. As per below links
You can use Order Tags to define modifiers for menu items. With SambaPOS V4 you can define global, product group based or product based order tags. Let’s see how it works.
I’ll start by defining Global Modifiers. They will work for all products in my menu. Navigate to Management > Tickets > Order Tags and Add a new order tag group.
Just give a name to Order Tag Group here. We’ll see other settings on next topic.
Switch to Order Tags page to add your modifiers.
… and add a …
Need help with this
We have 10 menu Categories:
VEG SIDE DISHES
we would like to see is that products in STARTERS category all ways print first and DRINKS at the bottom on the receipt or Kitchen ticket. As per below example.
I have been playing with the [Orders Group|PRODUCT GROUP] tags without any luck.
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KitchenDisplaySetup.zip (2.2 KB)
You can clone the Kitchen Entity Screen and name it ‘Drinks’ for the Drinks screen. Then amend the template to display food for Kitchen and Drinks for Bar.
Below is an example - I have grouped Drinks first and then food, In My example I have one screen.
to do this I Grouped the product using numbers
Used number 10 for the Drinks and 20 for the food in my example.
Edited Kitchen Template
Thanks Morshed for the info. I saw those tutorials earlier, and unfortunately, neither one does what I need it to do.
Basically, I just need to add a line at any point in the ticket. I can do this with a product, but it must have a price. I can set the price to 0.01, but still pretty sloppy.
you can add zero priced items as long as the ticket contains items that do have a price by enabling Allow Zero Priced Orders ( last Tick Box below ) in ‘Ticket Types’
Perfect! Thanks windinghouse.