I had one of our Admin users questioning me about an occasional 'server error' they were getting. Apparently hitting back and resubmitting worked, but they couldn't remember what they were doing when the error happens.
It just so happened that she needed to rename her 'Home' page into 'Teens' while I was sitting there and oops! An error. I noticed that the page she was trying to return to was called home.aspx, and the penny dropped. Friendly URLs!
Has anyone else noticed this or is it something that it a known bug that is/isn't planned on being rectified? Now that we've isolated the issue it's not such a big deal, she knows how to deal with it now, but it's still something that should be dealt with nicely I think.
I don't know how much info the Friendly URLs dll gets when building it's links... Does it know which page is requesting the link? If so, you might be able to check if it's the /ctl/Tab/action/edit page, and serve up all the links with /TabId/xx/default.aspx instead?
I haven't delved (far) into the source for this dll yet, so I don't know whether this is a possible change, or if it's something that people just live with. I did a quick search for 'change tab name' on the forums here but nothing seemed relevant.
Thanks for any help/ideas,