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Posted on 2010-08-16
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Hey all.
I have a client using the E-Directory software.
The software uses a mysql databse.

What my client needs is the American elements putting to British so $ to £ etc.
In the root directory there's a folder called lang where I found en_us.php and en_us_sitemgr.php . In them files I found $0.00 and changed to £0.00 and zipcode to postcode. When I uploaded the files it broke the site so throughout the site it said "%%LNG_listing%%" for each button title etc.

I'm guessing this means the parts I've changed are referenced somewhere else as well.

I have attached the original files I've mentioned above.

If someone could give me a hand in fixing this I would be very grateful.

Thanks in advance.


en-us.php
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Please change the following line with conf/payment.inc.php

define(PAYMENT_CURRENCY, "USD");
define( CURRENCY_SYMBOL, "$ ");

also regarding to your errors please change the typo

%%LNG_listing%%, it should be LANG_listing or LANG_LISTING where you may find issue

thanks



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Quick response. Excellant.
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