I'm having an issue with the thousands/decimal separator on a multilingual website (English (default) German and Greek) using the WPML plugin.
In the settings I have set the separators to use the mainland Europe way: x.xxx,xx
In the backend on the product posts I use that notation too: EUR 9,99
Then on the frontend on the product posts I can indeed see EUR 9,99, however on the checkout page something goes wrong as the total amount shows EUR 9.00
I have tried to overcome this issue by making a WPML Language Configuration File for your plugin (which also is very very helpful for all the other optional output like email content - http://wpml.org/documentation/support/language-configuration-files/), but then another issue pops up:
The notation on the checkout page then is at the product itself EUR 9.99 and at the total EUR 9,99
Have you heard of any of these issues before? How is this normally solved?
Looking forward to receiving some info on this.
PS the theme that is used for this site is Restored, a themeforest theme, supposedly especially developed for your plugin.