That is actually the correct format to display Swedish currency:
Format: 999.999.999,00 kr
Group Size: 3
Grouping Character: . (Dot)
Decimal Character: , (Comma)
Currency Symbol: krhttps://www.freeformatter.com/sweden-standards-code-snippets.html
With your settings nopCommerce will format the amount like this:
However you can customize the formatting by providing a value to the Custom Formatting
field in the settings for the currency.
For example if you want format: 1 299 kr
Enter Custom Formatting: # ### kr
nopCommerce will then format the amount like this:
amount.ToString("# ### kr")
Thanks for you answer.
I see what you mean, so how come a lot of swedish webshops use a space (or nothing) instead of a dot?
The problem for me with the custom formatting is that a zero (0) will be presented as:
" kr" without the zero