I had an issue to begin with and the developers were very responsive and helped me to troubleshoot.
One thing that would be nice would be an optional full-screen preview button perhaps discreetly placed in the corner of the image. However, other extensions from other developers that I tried that had such an option were in other ways less appropriate to my site.
Thanks very much for developing this plug-in!
The tabs work well, with both small and large chunks of text. Headers included in a tab disappear (I assume an intended part of the implementation) but this wasn't a big problem for my usage. It all looks and functions okay in IE6 (again, I have no idea about the 'slider' functionality but looking at some of the other comments, there may be issues).
One problem which I decided to put up with in order to make use of this useful little plug-in is that internal document id links (hash # links), don't work inside a tab when referred to OUTSIDE of the document and will instead simply default to the first tab (I'm not sure if they work only in the first tab, but it wouldn't make much difference). They do however work fine within the document itself. What this means is that an external link to say http://www.mydomain.com/profiles/g_zhang.htm#publications_books likely won't link directly to the hash-linked tag. If the tab that the 'publications_books' hash-tag is within is open though, then it links fine, so still useful for quickly jumping around a long piece of text.
Furthermore, it would be useful if the plug-in generated a unique id for each tab that could be used to have a tab open up through a hash-tag URL but I assume it would probably have the same issue as above.
Even though I would like for the above to work properly, I still think this plug-in merits 5-star for its tab functionality and hope that at some point the developers might address the issue.
Thanks for this.