TabExpose
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Display Safari tabs in an Expose fashion.   Shareware ($8.90)
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TabExpose is a Safari add-on that enables you to view all open tabs in Safari the same way Expose displays all open windows on your Desktop.
What's New
Version 2.3:
  • Support added for Safari 5.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later, Safari.



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ver. 2.x:
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Cowicide commented on 13 Jun 2012
From the dev:

"The current version of TabExposé is not compatible with the latest Safari 5.1. We are working on a fix and we will provide a free upgrade when it's ready. Thanks for your patience."

Is this still being worked on, I wonder?
[Version 2.3]


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macsolu commented on 20 Aug 2009
Just installed this update, along with CosmoPod and SafariTabs -- now I cannot use my mouseball/wheel to scroll up or down web pages while viewing them in Safari. I have yet to troubleshoot, but at least one of these three plug-ins is the culprit.
[Version 2.1]

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macsolu replied on 23 Aug 2009
Looks like this one is the culprit -- I will be contacting the developer.
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Fishscale replied on 11 Oct 2009
tabexpose is a great idea but will never live up to it's need which is quick easy layout, which it kind of has, and it can't be resource consuming like it currently is. If the footprint could be made smaller and it had less restrictions and becomes more "other" plugin friendly it will be usable. It causes too many crashes as you mentioned and I have had to abandon it sadly as I need glims/safari stand/saft more than I need tabexpose. No I don't use ALL three, in fact I only use glims. Which has a few problems of it's own so it's not looking so good for me. Friendly plugin interaction please mr. developer.
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MoofTheStoof reviewed on 18 Aug 2009
It's one of those features that you didn't know you were missing, but the second you use it you slap yourself on the forehead and say, "oh, how did I live without this." Seriously.

Hyperbole aside, it's really good. A slight hesitation when you press the key (or button if you map it to a mouse key like I already have), but that's inconsequential compared to what it does for usability. 5 stars all the way. The price is reasonable, the install easy, and functionality exactly what you've been waiting for.
[Version 2.1]


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Sigil reviewed on 22 Jun 2009
Does not work properly.
[Version 1.8]


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Sigil commented on 01 Mar 2009
TabExpose doesn't seem to be working with Safari 4 Beta...
[Version 1.8]


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Djefis commented on 19 Apr 2008
TabEspose 1.8 doesn't works fine with the last update of Safari (3.1.1).
Safari often crashed . . . .
The crash report of Leopard tell me thet the plougin is, probably, the cause.
I needed to unistal the ploug in!

I would like to ask to the developer to do something for the problem, it happens expecially when I open a link from Mail, for example).

Thanks.
[Version 1.8]


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Mactheny commented on 14 Nov 2007
Nice little tools to make working with Safari more comfortable. Hard-working developer, great support,
five-star-rating!
[Version 1.7.1]


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dsl4c commented on 05 May 2007
it adds a single space to the url bar on startup.. not a big deal, but it can cause safari to not find the addressed entered.. uninstalling, but it was useful for the day it was installed...
[Version 1.3]


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mdamli commented on 03 May 2007
Works as advertised, and I think it's great.
$5 isn't much, and I can spare as much.

However, I couldn't manage to install it for all users, despite the account I installed it with being an Administrator (I have two admin accounts - this is the secondly created one).

Installing it for the current user works just fine.

I like the color thingy on the top, displaying the page title, and how you can alter that color to your own liking.
[Version 1.3]


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FalknerX commented on 22 Mar 2007
can't believe we are charged for this
[Version 1.1]

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sjk replied on 22 Mar 2007
Do you feel entitled to be given someone's else's work for free?
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macnerd1984 replied on 31 Jul 2007
You tight arse. You always work for free do you? Give your time for nothing a lot? Do a lot of volunteer work? Are you another of Macupdate's philanthropic commenters perhaps? Attitudes like yours make me sick - People put their effort and time into making something useful and the best thing you can dredge up is some pitiful comment about it costing a paltry amount of money. I can't believe that you actually have the temerity to question the validity of someone charging money for their work when it's this cheap. If it were $49.95 I would whole heartedly agree with you but it's not. You didn't even have the good manners to mention WHY you felt it was poor value or what was wrong with it.

If you don't like the SW then that's fine, but why bother posting such an ignorant comment on it?
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Dmarcoot replied on 11 Dec 2007
Well if it's not worth time or money to make, make it yourself and give it away.
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Sonnendeck had trouble on 26 May 2010
I think, TabEspose does not work together with Smart Scroll. After installation of Tabexpose - Smart Scroll stoped working. Please repair this bug.
[Version 2.2]

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Fishscale replied on 08 Jun 2010
I have both and have not noticed any disfunction between either of the apps. What's not working for you? All of smart scroll? Does it give an error or just does not work... I'll see if I find any problems, will keep this in mind.
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F451 had trouble on 13 Aug 2009
TabExpose Version 2.0 does not work with Safari Version 4.0.3 (5531.9). It will alter Safari's toolbar and you will have to hunt down TabExpose in your system's Input Manager folder and delete the TabExpose bundle to restore Safari.
[Version 2.0]


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robotank had trouble on 30 Jun 2009
I can't get this to work properly with Safari 4.0.1. It installs fine, but when I activate it, the tabs pop up for a brief moment, then disappear. Their shapes can still be highlighted on the screen, but clicking on them does nothing. I like this feature, and I might be willing to pay for it if it worked. I guess it's possible that it's conflicting with Glims or one of the other add-ons I have installed. What experiences have others had with version 2.0?
[Version 2.0]


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Version Downloads:2,470
Type:Internet : Internet Utilities
License:Shareware
Date:08 Jun 2010
Platform:PPC 64 / PPC 32 / Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
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TabExpose is a Safari add-on that enables you to view all open tabs in Safari the same way Expose displays all open windows on your Desktop.


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