The main foxer currency calculator window has many genuine controls and options only found in this powerful, versatile application. Please, have a look at all the converter controls.
The Bank selector is where to choose the exchange rates provider. Selected provider remains the default source if not replaced or overridden by an ATC conversion. The Bank selector is also present in the Configuration and Calendar windows.
The Conversion Report icon (CR) opens a detailed log for every operation made during the last conversion. CTRL+R
The Currency switcher interchanges incoming & outgoing currencies. CTRL+<-. CTRL+Click to restore to default currencies.
The format icon changes between labelling formats. CTRL+Click to enable / disable formatting.
The Favourites icon changes the list of available currencies between informed currencies / informed + pegged currencies / favourites only. CTRL+F
The Calendar icon is this semaphore-like circle that changes colour depending on the file date to indicate validity:
Values with less than 24 hours from the next update time are considered valid and the icon gets green. When values are from a file older than 24 hours but less than 48, it is considered as pending from update, and is shown in orange. Values from files older than 48 hours are considered outdated, and then the icon is shown in red.
By clicking on the calendar icon you will open the calendar window. CTRL+I
The Convert button performs conversion of the values in the incoming area. Numbers are converted from incoming currency to outgoing currency with exchange rates currently in memory and formatted according to selected options. Text that is not a number is literally copied. Results are sent to the outgoing area. CTRL+->
The Copy button copies the outgoing area to the clipboard.
The Clear button clears the incoming & outgoing area and restarts the clipboard integration mechanism.
The Close button closes the main converter window. ESC
The Options button switches to the below options tab.
foxer currency calculator automatically detects any convention concerning numbers and dates as long as they are consistent. But you can also force them to be interpreted as desired. Both Numeric & Date Disambiguation let you select between auto detection, according to the Windows system or force it to some of the valid options.
The Formatting & labelling options let you choose currencies position and how the resulting string will be built. X and Y, of course, correspond to Incoming and Outgoing currencies. For your convenience, you can easily control all 10 possible combinations by clicking on the Format icon on the converter.
Special symbol ?$ can be used on the right string placeholder to be replaced by the currency identifier on currency cells. ( Applies to integrated ATC conversions only ).