Citrix Storefront 3.0 and Favorites UK Spelling

Now its a very small thing I know but the thing I notice most when logging in to StoreFront is the non UK spellings of Favorites.

However never fear this can easily be changed.

Run Notepad as an administrator and browse to c:\inetpub\wwwroot\Citrix\StoreWeb\custom and open the strings.en.js file. If you Store has no customisations in it yet then it will look like the below.

string.en.js
Now paste the below code into the file and save the changes.If your having trouble with the code below download the example here and to compare HERE.

(function ($) {
$.localization.customStringBundle(“en”, {
Example1: “This is an example”,
Example2: “This is another example”,
QuickAccess: “Favourites”,
AddFavoritesTitle: “Add Favourites”,
AddFavoritesDescription: “Go to Desktops or Apps, click on Details next to your choice and then select Add to Favourites.”,
AddFavoritesDescriptionDesktopsOnly: “Go to Desktops, click on Details next to your choice and then select Add to Favourites.”,
AddFavoritesDescriptionAppsOnly: “Go to Apps, click on Details next to your choice and then select Add to Favourites.”,
AddFavoritesDescriptionPhone: “Under the menu, go to Desktops or Apps, click on Details next to your choice and then select Add to Favourites.”,
AddFavoritesDescriptionPhoneDesktopsOnly: “Under the menu, go to Desktops, click on Details next to your choice and then select Add to Favourites.”,
AddFavoritesDescriptionPhoneAppsOnly: “Under the menu, go to Apps, click on Details next to your choice and then select Add to Favourites.”,
AddToFavorites: “Add To Favorites”,
SearchFavoritesPlaceholder: “Search Favourites”,
});
})(jQuery);

Now restart IIS and login to the store and ensure that all the Favorites are now spelled correctly.

Once you are happy with the results propagate the changes to ensure all StoreFront servers in the server group receive the new strings.en.js file.

StoreFront Favourites strings.en.js

Author: Dale Scriven

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