This is not something I would recommend doing. You'll have to maintain it on all upgrades, and the code might not be as simple as you think. As for where to do it, I would start with a *test* system. You'll need to find the right files (I've done similar things in old versions of JIRA, but the files have changed since I last did it, so I can't help you), change them, keeping *very* careful notes on what you've done, and then restart JIRA to pick up the changes. Once happy in your test system, backup your production install and apply the changes.
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