Currency Symbol for User Client Not Displaying Correctly

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To have the PaperCut client display the correct currency symbol, simply copy the currency symbol from [[http://www.xe.com/symbols.php|XE]], then navigating to the PaperCut administration interface and navigate to @@Options@@ -> @@Display Options@@ -> @@Enable Use custom currency sign@@, then paste the symbol into the textbox.
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To have the PaperCut client display the correct currency symbol, simply copy the currency symbol from [[http://www.xe.com/symbols.php|XE]], then navigating to the PaperCut administration interface and navigate to @@Options@@ -> @@Display Options@@ -> @@Use custom currency sign@@, then paste the symbol into the textbox.
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If you see similar behavior in your PaperCut installation, please email @@support@papercut.com@@ with the language you are using in the Locale section of the PaperCut administration interface, and the current version of PaperCut you are running.
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If you see similar behavior in your PaperCut installation, please email @@support@papercut.com@@ with the language you are using in the Locale section (see below) of the PaperCut administration interface, and the current version of PaperCut you are running.
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TODO link your page here: https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/Miscellaneous
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''Categories:'' [[Category.TODOFirstCategory|+]], [[Category.TODOSecondCategoryIfNeeded|+]]
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''Categories:'' [[Category.UserClientTool|+]]
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[-Keywords: OSX, slash, display, currency, symbol-]
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To have the PaperCut client display the correct currency symbol, simply copy the currency symbol from XE.com, then navigating to the PaperCut administration interface and navigate to @@Options@@ -> @@Display Options@@ -> @@Enable Use custom currency sign@@, then paste the symbol into the textbox.
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To have the PaperCut client display the correct currency symbol, simply copy the currency symbol from [[http://www.xe.com/symbols.php|XE]], then navigating to the PaperCut administration interface and navigate to @@Options@@ -> @@Display Options@@ -> @@Enable Use custom currency sign@@, then paste the symbol into the textbox.
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If you see similar behavior in your PaperCut installation, please email @@support@papercut.com@@ with the language you are using in the Locale section of the PaperCut administration interface. This can be found by opening the PaperCut web administration interface and navigating to @@Options@@ -> @@Display Options@@ -> @@Location@@
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If you see similar behavior in your PaperCut installation, please email @@support@papercut.com@@ with the language you are using in the Locale section of the PaperCut administration interface, and the current version of PaperCut you are running.

The locale you are currently using can be found by opening the PaperCut web administration interface and navigating to
@@Options@@ -> @@Display Options@@ -> @@Location@@.
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If this has happened, please email @@support@papercut.com@@ with the language you are using in the Locale section of the PaperCut admin console.

This can be found by opening the PaperCut web administration interface and navigating to:
@@Options@@ → @@Display Options@@ →
@@Location@@
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!!!Reporting the problem
If you see similar behavior in your PaperCut installation, please email @@support@papercut.com@@ with
the language you are using in the Locale section of the PaperCut administration interface. This can be found by opening the PaperCut web administration interface and navigating to @@Options@@ -> @@Display Options@@ -> @@Location@@
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To have the PaperCut client display the correct currency symbol, simply copy the currency symbol from XE.com, then navigating to the PaperCut administration interface and navigate to @@Options@@ -> @@Display Options@@ -> @@Enable Use custom currency sign@@, then paste the symbol into the textbox.
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PaperCut displays currency symbols for the PaperCut client by calling into the operating systems language using Unicode. Some operating system updates have caused the currency symbol in certain languages to display incorrect characters.

One example is Apple's 10.8.4 update, which has caused the South Korean Won (₩) to display as a backslash (\).
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PaperCut displays currency symbols for the PaperCut client by calling into the operating systems language using Unicode. Some operating system updates have caused the currency symbol in certain languages to display incorrect characters. One example is Apple's 10.8.4 update, which has caused the South Korean Won (₩) to display as a backslash (\).
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(:title Currency Symbol for User Client Not Displaying Correctly:)

PaperCut displays currency symbols for the PaperCut client by calling into the operating systems language using Unicode. Some operating system updates have caused the currency symbol in certain languages to display incorrect characters.

One example is Apple's 10.8.4 update, which has caused the South Korean Won (₩) to display as a backslash (\).

If this has happened, please email @@support@papercut.com@@ with the language you are using in the Locale section of the PaperCut admin console.

This can be found by opening the PaperCut web administration interface and navigating to:
@@Options@@ → @@Display Options@@ → @@Location@@

!!!Workaround

TODO link your page here: https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/Miscellaneous

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''Categories:'' [[Category.TODOFirstCategory|+]], [[Category.TODOSecondCategoryIfNeeded|+]]
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[-Keywords: TODO keywords here if needed-]

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