I am utilizing FileExplorer, including the built-in async upload feature. When you click Upload on the FileExplorer toolbar, a window is displayed, allowing users to select files on their local machines, and upload them to our Internet site.
I would like to know if it is possible to modify the window that is displayed by the Upload toolbar button. We find that some users are confused by this window. They seem to grasp the idea of clicking [Select] and picking files they wish to upload. The confusion comes as they watch the progress bar and the dot change color from yellow to green. Some users think the upload is complete at that point, and they often click the X in the upper-right of the window, instead of clicking the [Upload] button at the bottom of the window. Of course, when they click the X instead of the [Upload] button, their files do not appear in FileExplorer. So I would like to modify the upload window and make it more obvious as to what must be done in order to have a more successful experience.
For starters, I would like to hide the X in the upper-right of the upload window. Then I would like to add a label on the window that reads something like, “Step 1: Click [Select] to choose the files to upload.” It would be nice if the progress of each file appeared between the [Select] button and the [Upload] button.
Since the progress bar and green dot give some users the impression that the files are already uploaded, I would like to add another label that reads, “Click [Upload] to complete this process”. And I would like to change the text of the Upload button to read [OK], instead of [Upload].
And since I would like to hide the X in the upper-right, I would like to add a [Cancel] button next to the [OK] button.
Are any of these modifications possible? If so, can you point me to some examples that I can use to get started?