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The tabs on various pages are labeled inconsistently:
- On node/123, the tab labels are “View” and “Edit”.
- On taxonomy/term/1, the tabs are labed “View” and “foo” (with
foobeing the term name). Prior to , the labels were “View” and “Edit term”.
- On user/1, the tab labels are “View”, “admin”, “Shortcuts” (with
adminbeing the user name). The “admin” tab was introduced in (I think).
The renaming of “Edit” to “foo”/“admin” was due to the use of
title callback in hook_menu().
Would it be better to only use this for setting
<title> on the actual page, but not for setting the tab title?
Should we change all “Edit” labels to “Edit xxx” to make it more explicit which aspect of the current page is being edited?