No Alias Files Allowed
If you try to move an alias of a file to TabMeister, it vaporizes it. You have to move the original application, file or whatever if you want to see it appear in one of the tabs you setup. Otherwise…woof!
This app is the reason Apple doesn't give refunds.
It's crap. Hard to use and set up. There is nothing useful about this app. I uninstalled it 5 minutes after I installed it. I would have gotten more of a thrill seeing a fake carnival attraction for a dollar than this crap.
Really cool app, was also afraid because of the reviews, but cooler than i thought. It even lets you choose a color for the tab and it LETS you rearrange tabs just by drag-and-drop!1. However, it's time for an update i would say. I want to see the names also when not hovering over the content2. I want to have the ability to disable the dock icon in prefs3. I want to have the ability to add more things in a tabRather than that, it's cool :-)
At the end is worth 99c
One simple sentence: it crashes a lot.Nice idea but TabMeister is just not ready. Crashes always on Snow Leopard 1.6.6, graphically is so and so, does not permit to arrange the tabs.Bottom line: 99c wasted!Good idea but will need to improve really a lot to be considered.
Neat idea, execution needs some work.
What would make this app work is a folder that you could open to put icons in for each tab. As it is, I have to drag an icon over to the tab, hope it will open this time before I accidentally release the mouse button. You can't copy and paste an icon into the tab. If you put the tabs on the bottom left or right of the screen, you can't activate the tabs because the dock is in the way (at least it is on my puny 13" screen macbook, which I like, by the way). My bet is that the developers of the app have a giant monitor, so never run into these problems? Anyways, I'll look forward to the updates, when I can actually set this up in less than 10 minutes. As is, I've spend 30 minutes of wasted time, and then turned the darned thing off.