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Replacing period decimal with a comma decimal

Thread began 5/08/2013 1:17 pm by Roxana | Last modified 5/10/2013 1:42 pm by Roxana | 2465 views | 11 replies


Ok, the code works on the cart page and the catalogue page. It is now after the getContent line.

But it does not work on the detail page. Even when I place it just before the doctype tag, or right before the price itself.

I think the problem is, that the price on the detail page is updated, when the customer makes a size or version selection. The price pops up very shortly with the decimal dot and actually the wrong prize (the prize for size M) and then changes to the prize that is first in the database for that product (size XS) with a decimal comma.

There is a mini cart on the detail page however, and there the code works.

Sorry for making it so complicated, but if you want to have a look: [url][/code]

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