Can you assure me that the CD will be in stock in the next month? I'll order from you when (or if) it will be in stock.
Why not "it is in stock" it is a when or if clause expressing future, so present should work better
I was answered last time I asked this question "present continuous for a future intention" I am ordering it when it will be available that this sentence was awkward (perfectly ok):it should be "I'm ordering now for something that will be available" or "I'm going to order when(or if) it is available" but not"I will order it when it will be available"
I've added if with when because they work the same way with future .
My two examples are very similar and in the first example future is possible with when and not in the second, where is the logic!
I am really lost!