I've been using LBC for a few weeks now, and the thing I desire most is more docking options. So far, the options available are:
--permanent docked bar on edges of screen (I don't like it because it takes up screen space, but I love that it is always available no matter what window is open or maximized, etc.)
--Sliding docked bar that hides when not in use (My favorite option, but the sliding behavior is inconsistent and becomes frustrating to use). I like this option because the toolbar is always available like the permanent dock, but it also allows you to retain the screen space. I really hope this one gets improved upon.
--Tray icon menu. (this is nice and unobtrusive. Unfortunately, it is tiny and doesn't have the advantage the other toolbars have, which is being able to see those nice, big large buttons all at once.)
--Floating toolbar (I'm currently using this one because it takes up no screen space and I can see those big buttons all at once. But what I don't like is that it gets hidden under other windows, and no, I don't want it to always be on top for obvious reasons).
Additional docking options I suggest:
--For the floating toolbar, it would be cool if you could "lock" it's position, so that there is no danger of moving it with the mouse
--Another feature that would be really cool for the floating toolbar is kind of a combination of the sliding/hidden toolbar with the floating window: when you move the mouse to a specific edge of the window, the toolbar would automatically be moved to the top of the other windows. This way, when the toolbar is in floating mode, you don't have to minimize all the windows to uncover the toolbar. I really like this idea, how about you? Maybe this could be a coding snack idea that could work with any program.