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Reported for: WooCommerce Multilingual 4.12.0

Overview of the issue

If you are using our WooCommerce Multilingual multi-currency feature, you may find cases where products in secondary languages display wrong prices.

This situation is likely to happen if you set a default currency different from the WooCommerce’s default or if you switch currencies in the front-end before translating your products.



Our developers are aware of this situation. In the meantime, you can follow this workaround:

  • Make a full backup of your site before proceeding.
  • Open our /woocommerce-multilingual/inc/currencies/class-wcml-multi-currency-prices.php.
  • Look for line 147 and just after:
    	public function raw_price_filter( $price, $currency = false ) {
  • Add:

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