1. Michael729
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I have multiple sub-groups in my social network and have created menu items that link to these using 'view list' and 'custom SQL WHERE' successfully. When the list appears, there is a heading saying '14 users found' (or whatever number). I would like to edit that to say something different (ex: 14 alumni available). Where can I edit that language? If it cannot be edited, is there a way to simply remove it?
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sorry for late reply, it's a weekend for us.

You can override default language value with Joomla Language Override feature:
- go to Joomla administration->Extensions->Language->Overrides
- click to "New" buttom
- fill form like screenshot, constant is "COM_JSN_MEMBERS"
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Thank you! You offer excellent support!
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