Display Currencies according to the country

here are examples of how currency values might typically be displayed for different countries, using their respective currencies:

  1. Hong Kong (HKD - Hong Kong Dollar)
  • Example: HK$350.00
  1. Singapore (SGD - Singapore Dollar)
  • Example: S$150.00
  1. United States (USD - US Dollar)
  • Example: $99.95
  1. Canada (CAD - Canadian Dollar)
  • Example: C$120.00

Currently, in the pricing table for the countries including the USA, Canada, Australia, Singapore, and Hong Kong, all currency values are incorrectly displayed merely as “$”. This can lead to confusion as it does not accurately represent the specific currencies. While the backend correctly reflects these currencies, the frontend does not provide clear currency distinction to the users.

This feedback aims to enhance user comprehension by ensuring currency symbols are accurately displayed across all user-facing interfaces.

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Hi @Support_SJ :wave:

Thanks a million for your feedback, it’s highly appreciated.

I totally understand your point and agree that it would a really helpful enhancement. We’ll try to take your idea under consideration and I’ll make sure to update you here in case of any news :slightly_smiling_face:

As a workaround, you are very welcome to use this CSS code to adjust currencies to your liking:

.eapps-pricing-table-column-price-currency {
	visibility: hidden;

.eapps-pricing-table-column-price-currency::after {
	content: 'HK$';
	display: inline-block;
    visibility: visible;