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How to setup Matrix item with single inventory?
We currently have products variations of the same product (each with a different price), but only one item handle the stock of all of them.
As an example, we have a chair product that can be painted in red, blue and green, or not painted at all. (Note: we currently have 11 color options, but show only those 4 just to simplify the issue, we also have more that 100 type of chairs with this issue).
As I have mentioned, each chair color has a different price, based on the type of chair.
Using Inventory Matrix Items for this kind of products seems to be the right solution, but an extra constraint is the way the stock of those items are handled.