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Please see http://dev.tikiwiki.org/tiki-index.php?page=EnglishLangProposedChanges . This is a known problem. As described on that page, I'm ready to make the needed changes, but in the case of English the changes should be made in the templates rather than the English language file since this is the language used for the "strings-for-translation" and it makes no sense to use one faulty English term/phrase to point to a correct one. I've prepared a pretty long list of needed changes, and at an opportune point, the strings will be changed.

In the meantime, if you want to change interface text at your own Tiki site, I suggest making a supplementary language file named "custom.php" and putting in it lang/en/ (or whatever language directory is concerned). This file should have the same format as language.php, but with your strings rather than the default ones. Be sure to save it with utf-8 encoding. Strings in this separate file will have priority over those in the standard file, and won't be overwritten in subsequent site updates.