This is where I need some advice: What I want is for the price of auction items to change in relation to the currency. What I mean by this is: An iPhone is worth AU$900, currently if I click the UK flag this changes to GBâ‚¤900 which is technically incorrect and wouldn't wash well with customers. It should change to GBâ‚¤466. To get this to work I need to have an exchange rate section in the admin console that I can fill out on a weekly basis with 5 boxes something like the following: AU$=1 : GBâ‚¤=[url removed, login to view] : CA$=[url removed, login to view] : US$=[url removed, login to view] : EUâ‚¬=[url removed, login to view] Can we make it so when users click on their corresponding flag all the pricing changes according to the currency factor. Also nice to have would be auto-detecting thier region (based on IP) and automatically directing the user to the approproate flag page and adding the timezone + - hours to the displayed Server Time.
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