After a couple of queries, I have updated my Currency Converter to include many more currencies (speficially the Israeli Sheqel and Indian Rupee that were requested, but others also).
I also found a better selection of flags at Jacorre Design Studio, so thanks to those guy(s). (You can only see the flags in Firefox, since IE and Opera don't support the styles necessary - I haven't checked Safari yet, but I will as soon as I get a chance - and a Mac!)
In case you haven't seen it, it was written so that people could add it to their Google homepage (using this link).
Enjoy and let me know what you think.
UPDATE (27/12/06): I've finally checked the currency app on Safari (on my new Mac Mini, which I got for Christmas - thanks honey!). Unfortunately, Safari doesn't support the necessary styles to show flags either, so they're only available for Firefox at the moment. Not that, in order to conserve bandwidth, the required styles (and images) are only sent if the page is being used in Forefox. (I found that, eventhough Internet Explorer wasn't using the images, it would still load them, so I made the style conditional on the browser being Firefox.)
Currency App updated
21 November 2006 09:27