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Editing KM function names

Hi,

users in our portal are worried about the german word "Subskription" (english: Subscription) which is not really ... let's say "end-user" friendly.

Does anyhow know where those labels are stored? Can they be changed to a more familiar description?

Martin

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2004 at 06:46 PM

    Hi Martin,

    are your user worried about "subscription" in English?

    I would have assumed that this is the proper term for the functionality.

    In German for "Subskription" I would see your point. I'd personally call it "Abonnierung" or something like that there.

    This does not help you, sorry, but I'd like to give the feedback to our UI people.

    Regards,

    Karsten

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2004 at 07:34 AM

    Hi Martin,

    the labels are stored in the Bundle Files. You can define them in CM-Config - User Interface - Commands - UI Commands. You have to create a new Bundle File an register it in this menu.

    Regards,

    Gerhard

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      Hello Leland,

      this i also did, but does not solve the problem. Still the property name only is displayed. Within the my_bundle.jar you have the XXX.properties-files, also specified as XXX for the Command Property 'Bundle File', on the first level or do you have a folder structure within the archive?

      regards,

      Marco

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