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This is instead of US dollars being prominant... It makes it that bit easier for me to use so I thought i'd share it.

CREATE TABLE `CubeCart_currencies` (

`currencyId` int(11) NOT NULL auto_increment,

`name` varchar(255) NOT NULL default '',

`code` varchar(5) NOT NULL default '',

`symbolLeft` varchar(10) default NULL,

`symbolRight` varchar(10) default NULL,

`value` decimal(10,5) NOT NULL default '0.00000',

`decimalPlaces` int(11) NOT NULL default '0',

`lastUpdated` int(10) NOT NULL default '0',

`active` int(1) NOT NULL default '0',

KEY `curencyId` (`currencyId`)

) TYPE=MyISAM AUTO_INCREMENT=12 ;

--

-- Dumping data for table `CubeCart_currencies`

--

INSERT INTO `CubeCart_currencies` VALUES (1, 'British Pounds', 'GBP', '£', '', 1.00000, 2, 1113924545, 1);

INSERT INTO `CubeCart_currencies` VALUES (2, 'US Dollars', 'USD', '$', '', 1.91617, 2, 1113924377, 0);

INSERT INTO `CubeCart_currencies` VALUES (3, 'Euro', 'EUR', '€', '', 1.47024, 2, 1113924519, 1);

INSERT INTO `CubeCart_currencies` VALUES (4, 'Japanese Yen', 'JPY', 'Â¥', '', 205.11100, 0, 1113924502, 0);

INSERT INTO `CubeCart_currencies` VALUES (5, 'Canadian Dollars', 'CAD', '$', '', 2.37723, 2, 1113924573, 0);

INSERT INTO `CubeCart_currencies` VALUES (6, 'Australian Dollars', 'AUD', '$', '', 2.48807, 2, 1113924598, 0);

INSERT INTO `CubeCart_currencies` VALUES (7, 'Swiss Francs', 'CHF', 'CHF', '', 2.26989, 2, 1113924403, 0);

INSERT INTO `CubeCart_currencies` VALUES (8, 'Russian Rubles', 'RUB', '', 'R', 53.19350, 0, 1113924445, 0);

INSERT INTO `CubeCart_currencies` VALUES (9, 'Chinese Yuan', 'CNY', '', 'Yuan', 15.85800, 2, 1113924539, 0);

INSERT INTO `CubeCart_currencies` VALUES (10, 'South African Rand', 'ZAR', 'R', '', 11.87540, 0, 1113924422, 0);

INSERT INTO `CubeCart_currencies` VALUES (11, 'Mexican Peso', 'MXN', '', 'MXP', 21.21600, 2, 1113924470, 0);

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Thank you for sharing, not that it is any use for me tho ;)

However with this you also need to stay on top of daily changes in the money market?

Just a hint, again thank you for sharing!

Mobie

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You see.. I changed the currency to GBP. I had some stock worth £110 and it was appearing on the website as just under £59. Didn't know how to fix it so I did the above.

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You see.. I changed the currency to GBP. I had some stock worth £110 and it was appearing on the website as just under £59. Didn't know how to fix it so I did the above.

You need to make sure that in the admin panel the currency rate is set to 1.0000 for your home currency.

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