Support » Plugin: WooCommerce Custom Currencies » Works for WooCommerce Version 2.4.6 With Currency Data in Arabic

  • Mohamed Farag

    (@mohamedesmatfarag)



    Worked for me without any problem!
    It is displayed as an additional WooCommerce tab called “Currency”, with three own tabs.
    Under the tab of “Extra Currencies” I managed to add the Saudi Arabia currency in its Arabic name ريال سعودي, Currency Symbol in its Arabic letters ر.س. , and Currency Code was: SAR.
    I went to the General tab of WooCommerce, found the new custom currency I made there, selected it, and it appeared on the product page without problem.

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