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No, Store doesn't support multiple currencies. It would require lots of changes to Store (to let you enter each price in each currency), as well as support from your merchant account bank and payment (most merchant accounts don't support multiple currencies). The best you can do is provide a "live conversion" service for your customers (using javascript), ...


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I believe what you're after is: https://github.com/CartThrob/addon-multi-location-settings-manager Found via this forum post: http://cartthrob.com/forums/viewthread/4884/, and this one: http://cartthrob.com/forums/viewthread/4622/P15/#28813 They look a little outdated (last update 2 years ago!) so don't know how relevent it is to the current release. ...


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Check you haven't got a hidden input in your checkout form process. This can overwrite the currency. If its in there, remove it, or change the value. It usually works like this: <input type="hidden" name="currency_code" id="currency_code" value="CAD"> Not sure what that add-on your using is. But the way I recently got around this was to set the ...


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Store currently only supports charging cards in a single currency per site which you set in the Store > Settings > General tab in the CP. Lets say that you have it set to USD and your customer is from England and therefor is paying with British Pounds. The payment gateway will convert the currency so that you collect the correct amount in USD.


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It is possible using the Stripe gateway and hacking the build_payment_request method in the PaymentsService class. You'll want to change this line: $request['currency'] = config_item('store_currency_code'); to accept a POST variable: $request['currency'] = $this->ee->input->post('currency', true); Once you've done that, you should be able to ...


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