Somewhat confusing message confirmation page title
The title of the page confirming that a message has been sent is "Compose Message", which when I see a tab with that, makes me think I have unfinished message business. Maybe, if the page (http://www.dreamwidth.org/inbox/compos
This would make the site more usable for heavy tab-flipping types, and I suspect for people who get their pages in a very linear manner, e.g. screen-reader users or people using very large type — they would know immediately what has happened with their message right away.
Ideally, if the message failed to send for some reason, the title and heading could indicate that too — I've never had a message fail to send, but while you're in there, it might be nice to change that.
I suspect the solution wouldn't make anyone's life harder — it'd be another few entries in the English-stripping file and some more logic in building the page, but from the user perspective I can't think of a drawback, so long as the new titles all included the word "message" to cue people as to what process is succeeding or failing.
Should be implemented as-is.
Should be implemented with changes. (please comment)
Shouldn't be implemented.
(I have no opinion)
(Other: please comment)