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LMS Order Module Currency Indian Rupees

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Hello Indian Rupees is not available under the LMS Paypal integration. Can Indian INR be added ? Please help

2 Answers

Alex Smirnov

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi there,

Please open up /administrator/components/com_splms/config.xml and add your own currency in the related section:

<field name="currency" type="list" label="COM_SPLMS_CURRENCY" description="COM_SPLMS_CURRENCY_DESC" default="USD:$">
<option value="USD:$">United States dollar($)</option>
<option value="GBP:£">British pound(£)</option>
<option value="RUB:₽">Russian Ruble(₽)</option>
<option value="BRL:R$">Brazilian Real(R$)</option>
<option value="CAD:$">Canadian Dollar($)</option>
<option value="CZK:Kč">Czech Koruna(Kč)</option>
<option value="DKK:kr.">Danish Krone(kr.)</option>
<option value="EUR:€">Euro(€)</option>
<option value="HKD:HK$">Hong Kong Dollar(HK$)</option>
<option value="HUF:Ft">Hungarian Forint(Ft)</option>
<option value="ILS:₪">Israeli New Sheqel(₪)</option>
<option value="JPY:¥">Japanese Yen(¥)</option>
<option value="MYR:RM">Malaysian Ringgit(RM)</option>
<option value="MXN:Mex$">Mexican Peso(Mex$)</option>
<option value="NOK:kr">Norwegian Krone(kr)</option>
<option value="NZD:$">New Zealand Dollar($)</option>
<option value="PHP:₱">Philippine Peso(₱)</option>
<option value="PLN:zł">Polish Zloty(zł)</option>
<option value="SGD:$">Singapore Dollar($)</option>
<option value="SEK:kr">Swedish Krona(kr)</option>
<option value="CHF:CHF">Swiss Franc(CHF)</option>
<option value="TWD:角">Taiwan New Dollar(角)</option>
<option value="THB:฿">Thai Baht(฿)</option>
<option value="TRY:TRY">Turkish Lira(TRY)</option>




More than a month ago #Permalink
I have done this on my side, but I see that it does not convert my currency to USD or whatever it needs to convert to in order for payment to be made (paypal does not accept ZAR).

On my side, I have a price of R300 (South African Rands), which, when converted to USD should be $21.33 - but all it does is change the R symbol to $ symbol which makes it $300.

How can I fix this?

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