Beautiful attitude towards bringing this great functionality back however:
•Spring-loading leaves folders open; they should collapse like in the Finder.
•Double-clicking on folders/files does nothing?! May be a bug, I'm on 10.4.8 and using DD 1.3. Make it do something! At least make it an option.
•Tabs miss clicks: When a tab is at the edge of the screen, when clicking on the edge sometimes the tab won't open, I think this is because the resize behavior conflicts with the open behavior. It'd be nice to lock the resizing so that it doesn't miss the open click.
•List view is handicapped: limited sorting/metadata options, labels don't show. Please bring them back to full glory!
•Please bring an icon view, it's very missed.
•When choosing "Small tabs" there's a bug that makes the whole content of a tab diminute.
•Editing filenames: it'd be nice being able to edt filenames by the click-and-wait-on-text behavior, like in the Finder.
•Moving tabs: when "Tabs at bottom" is chosen, and I move a tab, what's the point of being able to vertically move the tab anywhere on the screen if it'll go back down when it collapses?
•Dragging files to trash does nothing. Move them to trash!
•Refreshing: is there a better way to handle this? Changes made from the Finder won't reflect on tabs unless the refresh command is used :-/ can you make it more sync'd?
•There's a bug where, when copying to ghost folder in a tab (ghost because it was deleted in the Finder and the tab wasn't refreshed) it'll copy the file to the parent folder. I think it should warn that the folder no longer exists.
•When "Tabs at bottom", why the bottom resize widget? I don't think it works well at all, and I think there are too many ways to resize the tab.
•Collapsing inconsistent? When dragging a file into a tab's child folders it collapses, however when dragging to the tab's current directory, aka white space, it stays open. I'd like it to collapse on both scenarios.
There are a few more things but hopefully, as development progresses, these and other quirks and bits will get ironed. There's a lot of work to do, I hope this app doesn't go into passive mode like Drop Drawers. There's lots of potential for this type of app.
Somewhere, sometime, someone will make collapsing tabs a vital tool, again. The quest continues.