how did we come to use the English-style currency position for Euro, a quasi-(non-)European country that doesn’t even use the Euro currency ? 😀
In practice, no European would place the € symbol before the amount. That makes absolutely no sense (one say “one hundred euros” and not “euros one hundred”, awkward negative amount…).
And no one wants to use the EUR iso code that takes too much place (eg in the invoices columns).
I have the exact same issue.
I’m selfhosting invoiceninja on a Ubuntu Server 18.04.
As Hillel suggested I tried changing swap_currency_symbol on currencies (Euro) and countries (DE) but had no success after refresh with ?clear_cache=true . I tried multiple combinations of swap_currency_symbol=true/false in countries and currencies, but non of them seemed to have any effect.
Does anyone has a suggestion how to solve that differently. Or do I have to run a different refresh, not only for the cache (database related for example).