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For a Magento with a Swiss franc as currency, the symbole for the german store is (FR.) i want it to be (CHF) instead.

In Magento this is declared in lib/Zend/Locale/Data/root.xml

But i don't want to change this file, it seems like it's a nasty way (changin the Magento Core), is there any other solution which allows me to change this symbole ?

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You can change the currency symbols from System->Manage Currency->Symbols.

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Its already done, the problem is : in the default store the symbole is CHF (what i want) but in german store it is not good it displays (Fr.) –  user13364 Aug 20 at 13:54

There is a helpful module "ET Currency Manager" which allows you to change the display of the currencies' symbols and also its position (right, left, ...)

Advantages : You can control the display of the price and currency symbol, the precision (number of decimal, etc ...)

Disadvantages : lot of rewrites in module (5 rewrites)

link : http://www.magentocommerce.com/magento-connect/et-currency-manager.html

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check this link .May be it will help you

http://magentocoders.blogspot.in/2011/10/insert-rupee-symbol-instead-of-rs-in.html

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Please do not write single link answers. Explain in a few words what is found at the end of that URL. –  Marius Aug 20 at 13:57
    
As the whole explanation is in link so it doesn't need to write same thing here that's why I didn't write anything here. From next time i will take care of it. Thanks. –  Anisha Shaikh Aug 21 at 6:32
    
You can do it this time also. Just hit the edit button and do your magic. –  Marius Aug 21 at 6:33

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