Posted By Mishary.

Today i was talking to Ahmad and he mentioned a SUPER COOL information about Firefox Add-ons, this plug in turns all the prices in the site into any currency you want! No more calculators and NO more multiplying by 0.27xxx.


As you can see above it will be displayed next to the $ price between brackets. The script comes pre-configured with Amazon.com but you can add all your favorite sites Like Ebay.com, Target.com …ect.


For the MAC users, dont worry it will runs on our OSX 🙂

If your wishing to install it, first you need to install Greasemonkey Add-on, then you need to install Amazon Local Currency script. For those who worry about updating the currency exchange rates, Worry no more! The script will auto update your currency from Yahoo Finance

P.S. this software will give you the feeling that Amazon or ebay is a Kuwaiti site! 😛 😛

Thanks Ahmad for letting us know!


This entry was posted on Sunday, February 24th, 2008 at 12:12 am

14 Responses to “Amazon.com Prices in KD NOW!”

  1. Ali says:

    7addaa QAAAAWIIIII 3ala qolaat Dada mal qa9ed khaair 😛

    9ij shy cool .. apple o bas wl bajy khas 😛

  2. I found your site on technorati and read a few of your other posts. Keep up the good work. I just added your RSS feed to my Google News Reader. Looking forward to reading more from you.

    Susan Kishner

  3. Mishary says:

    Ali Hehehehehehehehehehe 😛

  4. 9al3a says:

    والله انك عجييب

  5. blasha says:

    mako 7ag safari????

  6. Mishary says:

    9al3a 7athreeen 🙂

    blasha nop. bas Firefox 😛

  7. Mishary says:

    Susan Kishner we will inshalla and welcome to the blog 😛

  8. blasha says:

    weeeeeeeeeeeeh 🙁

  9. EniGma says:

    That’s very useful, thanks!

  10. Mishary says:

    blasha Laish ? 😛

    EniGma Your welcome 🙂

  11. blasha says:

    i only use safari

  12. Mishary says:

    blasha Switch to Firefox walla it worth the switch!

  13. blasha says:

    have u eva tried safari!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i tried them all….. safari is the BEST!!!!!!!!!!

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