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Re: Push Notification alert text
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It seemes that the push notification alter dialog is taken from the system, so there is no way to change it.

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I know there is a hacky way to change the Opt-In alert text by opening the unsigned .ipa and changing the strings in Frameworks->Analytics.framework->de.lproj->Analytics.strings, but I could find something similar for the push alert text.

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Yes, aem mobile.

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I need to change the push alert text for different languages:"[APP] Would Like to Send You NotificationsNotifications may include alerts, sounds and icon badges. These can be cofigured in Settings."Is it possible to change it somewhere?

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I want to display the name of the app in different languages according to the user's language (Localizing Your App).In XCode this is done with CFBundleDisplayName in different InfoPlist.strings."en": "app name""de": "Appname""fr": "app nom"...How can i do that with aem mobile?

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Hi. Thanks for the example.When i try your code I get again the following error:[Error] XMLHttpRequest cannot load file:///var/mobile/Containers/Data/Application/C500078F-1FD2-43EC-A418-BBF0686E9FBB/Library/Caches/d00a72956e898ba4b1f05bd995912e49/deea684712127650165f68d34ccf76af/folio/data.json. Cross origin requests are only supported for HTTP.(anonymous function) (index.js:66)It works in the Adobe preflight app, but not in our test app.

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I cant load a local file because http is only allowed.XMLHttpRequest cannot load file:///var/mobile/... Cross origin requests are only supported for HTTP.How can i allow to load local files in an app? Thanks, David

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I like to insert a pdf in a HTML article with the help of pdf.js.It works perfectly in the aem preflight app, but not in our own developper test app.In our app there is the following error:XMLHttpRequest cannot load file:///var/mobile/Containers/Data/..../test.pdf. Cross origin requests are only supported for HTTP.So is it possible to set or somithing like this on our own app, so it can load local files?Or what is the difference from our own app to the preflight app?Thanks, David

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