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TOPIC: [SOLVED] Amounts > 999

Amounts > 999 11 Jun 2016 22:11 #1

Hi

I'm using the name the price on a shop for a non-profit organisation. There's a strange behavior in case of amounts >999. It's displayed with a chinese sign instead of the correct amount. See the Picture for an example.

Any idea what's wrong? I'm using Joomla 3.5.1 and Virtuemart 3.0.14.

Thanks for your help.

Cheers, Thomas
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Amounts > 999 15 Jun 2016 01:11 #2

Dear Thomas,
I have tried to reproduce the problem on our machines, but have not been able so far (using the default template and VM 3.x on J 3.5.x with PHP 5.5.x, Apache, Ubuntu 15.10).

To me there are only two possible causes:
1. Your template somehow messes up the display (the new price is inserted via AJAX calls)
2. Your Server somehow returns the response to the AJAX call in ASCII, while your browser assumes UTF-8 and thus wrongly converts the displayed amount.

In any case, our plugin does not do anything at that point, but rather uses VirtueMart's default custom field price logic. So I would assume that the same issue arrises if you use e.g. a custom field using the text input plugin shipped with VM (set the cost per letter to a high value).

Best regards,
Reinhold

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Amounts > 999 15 Jun 2016 10:12 #3

Dear Reinhold

Thanks for your quick help. I made some more investigations and found finally the problem. It was a wrong sign in the 1000 delimiter configuration. After replacing the sign with the correct ' everything worked fine.

Kind regards

Thomas

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[SOLVED] Amounts > 999 15 Jun 2016 10:12 #4

Problem solved.

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