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19 Nov 2012 22:59 - 19 Nov 2012 23:09 #41248 by Adonai

Migalart wrote: I have asked National Coordinator to help with data collecting, but if anyone else can help it will be appreciated ;)


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I have already taken complaints about question 2.2.
Prices should have been given in a range of values, as South Americans, Africans, Australians, Asians, and US players don't use Euros or have any reason to know the value of a Euro against their local currency.

.2 Euro = 0.26 US dollars
.3 Euro = 0.38 US dollars
.4 Euro = 0.51 US dollars
.6 Euro = 0.77 US dollars
.8 Euro = 1.02 US dollars
1 Euro = 1.28 US dollars
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19 Nov 2012 23:58 #41250 by Xaddam
We don't use euro in Sweden either. I don't have a problem with the question. Hungary and Poland are big VTES countries as well, and they don't use euro either. It's not practical to list 14 different currencies and everyone should be familiar enough with google to find a conversion rate.

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20 Nov 2012 00:09 #41251 by miketheknife

Adonai wrote:

Migalart wrote: I have asked National Coordinator to help with data collecting, but if anyone else can help it will be appreciated ;)


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I have already taken complaints about question 2.2.
Prices should have been given in a range of values, as South Americans, Africans, Australians, Asians, and US players don't use Euros or have any reason to know the value of a Euro against their local currency.

.2 Euro = 0.26 US dollars
.3 Euro = 0.38 US dollars
.4 Euro = 0.51 US dollars
.6 Euro = 0.77 US dollars
.8 Euro = 1.02 US dollars
1 Euro = 1.28 US dollars



wwww.google.com
Type "convert euros to -insert your local currency-"

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20 Nov 2012 00:30 #41253 by Adonai

miketheknife wrote: www.google.com
Type "convert euros to -insert your local currency-"


Wow. Amazing feedback. I'm so glad you bothered.

How many new players did you reach with that post that will now fill out the survey that would never have seen it otherwise?
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20 Nov 2012 05:50 #41259 by jhattara
Listing all the alternative currencies is completely unfeasible. Yeah, including USD would've probably been better, but it really shouldn't be an issue within an international community.

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20 Nov 2012 06:34 #41263 by johannes

Adonai wrote: I have already taken complaints about question 2.2.
Prices should have been given in a range of values, as South Americans, Africans, Australians, Asians, and US players don't use Euros or have any reason to know the value of a Euro against their local currency.


Yes, giving $ equivalents as answers would have been good, but apparently no way to do that once the survey is on the way. I think it will certainly be taken into account for future ones.

However, anyone who is even mildly interested in daily news will have a rough understanding on how much a EUR is vs. his local currency. Also anyone clever enough to play VTES should be able to figure it out if he doesn´t know.
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