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Is there any way to change the message related to downloading books? #456
I'd like to change the message the user receives when downloading books but I cannot find it in the code. For example, when the user clicks on a link to download a new book it asks "Do you want to download https://annoyingwebaddressthatisreallylong.hpub"
I'd like to make it more user friendly, as in "Would you like to download Issue 2?" and more aesthetically pleasing. It would also be helpful to hide the download links. Not much, I know, but helpful.
I can find the alert message, "Would you like to download " but I can't find where that is used in the code to add on the URL at the end to complete the message. If anyone knows how I would remove the URL, I would appreciate it.
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The quick answer is: check the function
The long answer, that might help you in the future is: when you found the text message, you cal see that it's assigned to a constant called
On the other side, I think we can make that part simpler, so I keep this issue open as a reminder to fix that.
The idea is to change the