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I have made an implemented a custom currency, and everything seems to work perfectly!

Except for the advanced search. It uses the Base Currency (USD) and not the custom currency I created myself. I would like for people to enter the custom currency, as they never see USD on the store and don't know the exchange rate.

Is there a setting somewhere, or does this require extensive coding?

I have an idea that I could divide whatever number they put in by the exchange rate, but that is the LEAST preferred solution.

Thanks!

  • Hi, with 'created a custom currency' I gather that is a new attribute you created? – ProxiBlue Sep 13 '13 at 22:31
  • Custom currency, as in, instead of everything being USD, the currency that is shown on the store is "Points", a currency I made up. The advanced search, if you enter 15, searches 15 USD for items, not the "point equivalent" or 15. – Jacob Raccuia Sep 15 '13 at 2:10
  • Hi, That does not answer the question. Is this an attribute? Or id it dynamically calculated on display? – ProxiBlue Sep 15 '13 at 9:18
  • I don't understand what you're asking. In Magento you can make currencies, so custom currency is a currency, and currency is not considered an attribute.... If you're talking about the price range checker, it is an attribute. I looked in attribute settings for a place to change what currency it uses to compare but that didn't exist. – Jacob Raccuia Sep 15 '13 at 16:14
  • Ok, I understand now. – ProxiBlue Sep 15 '13 at 22:48
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The question is quite broad and I don't feel able to reproduce this fast.

  1. Question is: Why do you use USD as base currency and not yours? If it is used everywhere this is obvious to me :-)

  2. you might want to rewrite \Mage_Catalog_Model_Layer_Filter_Price. There are a lot of currency methods in you want to check and if they return USD, you might want to rewrite them.

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