Guest Posted February 9, 2012 Share Posted February 9, 2012 (edited) @@PiLLaO No, there is no way this would work in 2.2 Delete button doesn't show confirm dialog I'm not sure where or what you are referring to. There are a few dialogs. @@oxwivi You may want to change the entire language. My server has been down for some time so I can't even get into mess with anything. Right now you have: $return['msg'] = sprintf(MINIMUM_ORDER_NOTICE, $min_order['products_name'], $min_order['minorder']); and define('MINIMUM_ORDER_NOTICE', "Minimum order amount for %s is %d. Your cart has been updated to reflect this."); Try doing this: $return['msg'] = MINIMUM_ORDER_NOTICE1 . $min_order['products_name'] . MINIMUM_ORDER_NOTICE2 . MINIMUM_ORDER_NOTICE3 . $min_order['minorder'] and define('MINIMUM_ORDER_NOTICE1', "Minimum order amount for "); define('MINIMUM_ORDER_NOTICE2', " is "); define('MINIMUM_ORDER_NOTICE3', ". Your cart has been updated to reflect this."); I'm not sure if it's the sprint that's not being defined, or the data.msg that's not being defined. Could be the spring isn't passing through the ajax call. @@varina The dialog boxes are id'd as account and addresses. So search id="account" and id="addresses" without searching case sensitive. Those are your dialog divs (at the very bottom of the page). Add a new div directly inside those divs, containing the content you want and it will place it directly above the rest of the dialog. Search the page for 'newsletter' and comment out the entire line that contains that field (I think there's only one line). open the language/checkout.php file, search "confirm" and change it to what you want. Here's the problem though. As I stated, that button is stationary. It is the submit button for login, create account AND checkout as guest. Same button for all three. That's why I defined it as confirm (continue or submit are other options), rather than log in. Search the checkout.php file for a line that contains something to the effect of $('.ui-dialog-.......).addClass('ui-state-highlight'); about 3/4 of the way down the page, and comment that line out. It will change the dialog to match your theme. Edited February 9, 2012 by fulluvscents Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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