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I would like to change the zone title from "The Personal Zone of whateveruser" to "Personal Home of whateveruser"

I've looked pretty much everywhere, but can't find where I can change the page title as well as the header title of a zone.

I've looked in the site tree, language, templates… Now I'm out of ideas. Would anyone happen to know where it hides?

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I think it's in the 'ocf' language file.


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Fond it right there, however, I had to open that page in internet explorer because in firefox, there was nothing below the "LDAP_DISABLED", only blank text for 300 scrolling pages...
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Thanks for mentioning.
It's a Firefox bug that I'm hoping they're going to fix…
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=215055


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