The currency options in our program are USD EURO AND POUND.
You would need to modify your uploadproduct editproduct showproduct templates and PHP files to alter things to be Australian based.
We can gladly look at supporting this in a future version.
please feel free to do so....
i'm sorry, but i find it truly and utterly amazing that in this type of software there is no option to tell it to just use $'s and not pounds or eruo's, or vice versa, i have to say it's a pretty major flaw in the design logic as it imposes so many limitations into what is otherwise not a bad bit of software.
You can set in admin global options your currency value to australian sign so there is no design flaw here.
The drop down boxes as to what currency the user would like to display for payment on the site only currently supports 3 currencies.
I stated the php and template files that need to be modified in my last post.
there is something going on as the attached pics will show.
settings for both areas displayed in the attached pics are identical, but one displays the euro currency symbol NO MATTER what, and the other shows no currency symbol which would be great! and get me by for now
i seem to have gotten round it, thanks for the help chuck_s, much appreciated. i had to edit the files you mentioned in the std and vb3 folders, and alter the english language file "use default currency" to "use Australian Dollars".
Would love it if the next version had AUD support seeing paypal support it etc now...