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Dollar Sign 07 Oct 2015 21:10 #1

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The dollar currency sign is appearing on the right of the input box. It needs to be on the left. How do I change it?

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Dollar Sign 09 Oct 2015 22:52 #2

Dear Baxterdown,
The order of the input field and the currency symbol is unfortunately hard-coded in the plugin's template. There is no configuration setting, but there is still an easy way to change it by making a "template override":

The plugin's template snippet

has it hardcoded to print the currency sign (taken from the VM configuration) after the input box.
If you want to print the dollar sign ahead of the input box, you can easily override this by copying the file
and change line 23 of the code from
<input class="<?php echo $class ?>" type="text" value="" size="6" name="<?php echo $name?>"><?php echo CurrencyDisplay::getInstance ()->getSymbol(); ?><br />

<?php echo CurrencyDisplay::getInstance ()->getSymbol(); ?><input class="<?php echo $class ?>" type="text" value="" size="6" name="<?php echo $name?>"><br />

In particular, move the "<?php echo CurrencyDisplay::getInstance ()->getSymbol(); ?>" before the <input ...> tag

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