• Resolved cbfriend

    (@cbfriend)


    Hi,

    I am wondering with currency like USD, AUD, SGD and so on, do you display all of them as just $ by default? It is no way to tell which is the type of currency we are referring to in that case. Thanks.

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  • Plugin Support villasupport

    (@villasupport)

    Hi,

    You can define the custom currency symbol for each currency, see this setting: https://prnt.sc/UShHHVTxaoke

    Best regards.

    Thread Starter cbfriend

    (@cbfriend)

    Hi,

    I see. And that would mean only the premium version will be able to differentiate those currency? Thanks

    Plugin Support villasupport

    (@villasupport)

    Hi,

    This feature is available in the free version, go to General setting > Custom symbol: https://prnt.sc/UShHHVTxaoke

    Best regards.

    Thread Starter cbfriend

    (@cbfriend)

    But this only allows you to key in 2 currency in the free feature right? I am currently using auto select currency by country and when it comes to USD, AUD, SGD, it is really confusing because everything is just showing as $ sign. Is there anyway that I can change this? Thanks.

    Plugin Support villasupport

    (@villasupport)

    Hi,

    With the free version, you can only use two currencies. To avoid confusion with multiple $ symbols, you can use custom symbols such as $USD, $AUD, and $SGD. go to General setting > Custom symbol: https://prnt.sc/UShHHVTxaoke

    Best regards.

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