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Old 8th February 2006, 17:34
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Originally Posted by till
There is no option in the interface yet. But you can change it in the language file.

Open the language file (for example the english):

/home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/en.lng

and replace the line:

$wb["EURO"] = 'EURO';

with:

$wb["EURO"] = 'USD';

to switch to US Dollar.
Hi There, I'm really new to ISPConfig, but not so new to the *nix OS environment. So Thanks in advance for overlooking my ignorance!!
I tried this step here, yet when i go into the language files and make the changes i still see the following when creating a new item
http://www.bcs-bcs.com/hbhispc.jpg
The person who told me about ISPConfig (and raves about how good it is) made a comment that the only way he knows how to fix this was by editing some file in the installation folder, and then re-installing the program... Is this really necessary? Or am i just overlooking something that's obvious to everyone else.
I'm running ISPConfig Version: 2.2.7 on CentOS4.4 server install
I even rebooted the entire system....

Thanks In advance.
Bill
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Old 18th December 2006, 18:32
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Hi Bill,

A reinstallation is not nescessary. You can cahnge this in the under management > form designer > edit form, edit the form "isp_fakt - Artikel", edit "artikelpreis" and change EUR to the currency of your choice and click on save.
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Old 18th December 2006, 19:08
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Hi Bill,

A reinstallation is not nescessary. You can cahnge this in the under management > form designer > edit form, edit the form "isp_fakt - Artikel", edit "artikelpreis" and change EUR to the currency of your choice and click on save.
Hi Till...
man you get 2 thumbs up for that one... it worked like a charm.

I now see Price: 0.00 USD when i view the page.

Thank you Sir, your help is much appreciated

Bill
PS. Happy Holidays to you, and your family
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Quote:
Originally Posted by till
There is no option in the interface yet. But you can change it in the language file.

Open the language file (for example the english):

/home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/en.lng

and replace the line:

$wb["EURO"] = 'EURO';

with:

$wb["EURO"] = 'USD';

to switch to US Dollar.

ok not sure how I missed the rest of this thread but now I have it showing in usd but still has a comma instead of period any ideas how to fix that?

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Old 6th September 2007, 11:16
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There is no setting for this, you might have to change the ISPConfig sources.
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Default EURO to USD

I made a change to language file suggested below,restarted my ISPCONFIG and I still have EUR, any suggestions? Thanks!


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There is no option in the interface yet. But you can change it in the language file.

Open the language file (for example the english):

/home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/isp_fakt/lib/lang/en.lng

and replace the line:

$wb["EURO"] = 'EURO';

with:

$wb["EURO"] = 'USD';

to switch to US Dollar.
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Old 3rd July 2009, 03:07
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I made a change to language file suggested below,restarted my ISPCONFIG and I still have EUR, any suggestions? Thanks!

Might be a silly question, but if you look at the file now does it still show the changes you made?
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Default USD to EUR ISP Invoice

yes i did! no change, EUR is there still.
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