Support » Plugin: Stock Quote » German decimal format

  • Resolved meckerlax

    (@meckerlax)


    Hi!

    It is possible to display the share price and rate of change in the German decimal form (international format: xx,xxx.xx $; German format: xx.xxx, xx $)?

    Thanks

    Max

    • This topic was modified 10 months, 1 week ago by  meckerlax.
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  • Hello @meckerlax

    At the moment, you’ll need to edit core plugin file stock-quote.php and do couple changes:

    #1: find line with comment // Define class based on change. and add below that line:

    $prefix = '';

    #2: find line } elseif ( $q_change > 0 ) { and add below that line:

    $prefix = '+';

    #3: find line with comment // Text. and add below that line:

    
    					$q_price   = number_format( $q_price, 2, ',', '.' );
    					$q_change  = $prefix . number_format( $q_change, 2, ',', '.' );
    					$q_changep = $prefix . number_format( $q_changep, 2, ',', '.' );
    

    Save file and upload to server. You should get what you ask for. Example screenshot https://goo.gl/r6kMqz

    Kind regards,
    Aleksandar

    Hi Max,

    I released version 0.1.6 with implemented options to choose number format and even amount of decimal places. You can try it, if you like.

    Cheers,
    Aleksandar

    ceer

    (@ceer)

    Thanks Aleksandar!
    It will be great to have it as a shortcode parameter. This way I would display it differently on a multilingual wordpress.

    Antoine

    Plugin Author Aleksandar Urošević

    (@urkekg)

    Hello @ceer,

    Just releassed version 0.1.7 which now have two new shortcode parameters:
    * decimals to override default number of decimal places for values (default from settings page used if no custom set by shortcode). Valid values are: 1, 2, 3 and 4
    * number_format to override default number format for values (default from this settings page used if no custom set by shortcode). Valid options are: cd for 0.000,00; dc for 0,000.00; sd for 0 000.00 and sc for 0 000,00

    Cheers,
    Aleksandar

    ceer

    (@ceer)

    Wow great! Thanks a lot @urkekg.

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