So kind of an odd question here for the inestimable @fc_adam
: I'm working on a custom post code app only for use in Australia. It is adding a certain % to the flat-rate shipping depending on the post code entered (each post code gets assigned one of 16 zones and each zone has a % that is added to the flat rate). It's working fine, except when the checkout first loads, the shipping shows the base shipping price and then when the customer enters their postcode the shipping amount adjusts to the higher adjusted value, potentially causing confusion and irritation on the part of the customer. So how can I fake the TBD? Is it just a matter of setting
FC.checkout.config.orderFlatRateShipping = 0
and using jQuery to set the shipping values to "TBD" or is there a better more appropriate way? Because with my hack they might still see a
FOLP (that's Flash of Lower Price).