Originally Posted by jfanning
You can't possibly be this thick!
Zloty and the dollar are represented by symbols denoting the currency type.
The values next to them is a number denoting the amount.
These numbers are not altered by Google Translate.
So what was 150 Zloty is translated into 150 dollars.
This means, as stated several times now, that Google didn't change the prices to reflect the exchange rate.
This is because their is not a 1:1 ratio between the zloty and dollar.
If you check the link to the page you can toggle between Polish and English. The text will vary, but the numbers stay the same.
Hence, I noted it so people don't think the monthly fee is $150 for the cheapest package. When in fact it's a little under $75.
PS: The thing you'll came ignorance about is why I would think Google could possibly account for the exchange rate of some numbers on the page.
Again, if you had bothered to look at the supplied link you could easily see the dollar symbol is placed to the left of the price but the aloty is placed to the right of the price.
This means that Google Translate is aware of the placement so it must regard this numerical value as the price.
Therefore, it could account for the exchange rate without altering all the numbers on the page.