Video: Quick Tour of ViewMyCurrency

Saturday, 14th January at 10:23 am 7 comments

Quick Tour of ViewMyCurrency (click to play)
Duration: 1 mimute 8 sec
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A quick demo showing what ViewMyCurrency actually does.

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7 Comments

  • 1. Ronen Mandelkern  |  Saturday, 14th January at 9:56 pm

    Many thanks for a great extension!

    I just have a very small correction: the abbreviation of the Israeli Shekel is NIS (that is New Israeli Shekel) and not ILS.

    Thanks again!

    Ronen

  • 2. Kim Hansen - denmark  |  Sunday, 15th January at 10:47 am

    Hey

    THX for a fantastic extension – it is very good!

    I also have a small correction …..

    the abbreviation of the danish Krone (dkk) is kr. and not ur.

    best regards

  • 3. Erroneus  |  Sunday, 15th January at 11:38 am

    Oh yeah, remember to digg http://www.digg.com/software/Firefox_Extension:_Convert_currencies_automatically
    This will bring some more focus on this great extension.

    Update by Will: Erroneus thanks for the link! I fixed the URL, hope you don’t mind.

  • 4. some guy  |  Sunday, 15th January at 6:56 pm

    Small request:
    I’d prefer the brackets to be the other way around. Original price first, and the converted price between brackets. This seems somehow more logical to me.

    Maybe you could just add a small field in the option dialog where an user can define how he wants it displayed (like: “%o (%c)”, where %o stands for original, and %c for converted).

  • 5. Sonej  |  Sunday, 15th January at 8:29 pm

    Hi! Great extension..
    But i use Swedish Kronor and the Symbol is UR it is wrong, it should be SEK. I hope to see an update soon, i will tell all my friends about this.

  • 6. Erroneus  |  Monday, 16th January at 12:11 am

    No the “symbol” for sweden is not SEK, it’s KR.

    Btw. a “blacklist” function would be great, i have some sites, which doesn’t like this extension šŸ™‚

  • 7. AIVAS  |  Monday, 16th January at 7:57 pm

    Not sure what you’re using for currency conversion but check out http://www.xe.net. It has got to be THE greatest site for currency info.

    That should solve all of the above problems of wrong currency symbols.



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