Leon van Nierop

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How do I find currency, currently given in US dollars, to change to local currency? (South African rand)

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Leon Van Nierop

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RLB222

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Simply Google ‘Convert xRand to US Dollars or vice versa
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Leon Van Nierop

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That is all good and well, but previously you could change it into South African rand automatically. Now you have to convert 25 films every time. Why did you change this? Also, it doesn't state international  films on the South African circuit from 1 to 25, but starts with 8, then nothing then 17, then 4 then ---- and ---- for new films, instead of just giving it in chronological order 1 to 25 INCLUDING THE NEW FILMS in the order between 1 and 25 and not at the bottom? Why?
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Hi Leon, 

Are you referring to Box Office Mojo or the IMDb app for Android?
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Box office mojo
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Leon Van Nierop

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Hallo Steve
The moment something works (as it has done for years on Box Office Mojo) it is "improved" so as not to work anymore and to "stramline" it (ha ha)  Previously I could see 1,2,3,4,5   etc. With box office receipts in RAND (South African) Now it looks like this. (see wetransfer belowe) Am I perhaps at fault using a wrong system? Please refer to wetransfer below as I couldn 't fit it in in another form. In short. 1) Maleficent:  R1,2460,000 2) Joker 1,1,000,567 etc. WITH THE NEW RELEASES following shortly thereafter is what I need as per the past 8 years. Now the new releases are suddenly at the bottom? Why is everything nbow topsy turvy? See wetransfer. Your help would be greatly appreciated.  Leon

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