Don't know if this is strictly a 'new' feature, but when spectating someone, would it be possible to have the decktracker display their deck. If that's not possible because of technical limitations, I'd rather have the tracker not show up at all, since it's not really doing anything.
Obviously not a high priority, I can always just close Innkeeper if I'm not playing a game myself, I'd rather you work on other features.
On the Collection side of things, I'd love it if you could expand on the 'Cards I don't own' list. Specifically, I'd like to see it become something like a wishlist, where you can rate how much you want the card. This way, you can prioritize which cards you want to use your dust with. It could also display how popular the cards are, to give you a more informed decision on how important it is to some decks.
Yes, it's still on the list. It's a lot more technically difficult than originally assumed - a lot of the scary internal code is Windows-specific, and some critical parts will require a complete rewrite to work on OS X (if they can be made to work at all).
It would be rly nice, if the decktracker could be turned on without having to restart entire Inkeeper ... if u close the decktracker, but not Inkeeper itself. Rly annoying that this is not an option ... or is it? and im just blind?
Opponents Deck Tracking +1 vote for this. In fact, the inability to follow an opponents cards, like in a Reno deck, or verifying which board clears have happened with a control opponent is the main reason I switched back to HSDeckTracker, even though the manual creation of decks really sucks.
Tracking deathrattle deaths for N'zoth and spell counts for Yogg Not sure if this was on your list, but it is SUPER handy. Should I play Yogg now? Crap, no, I've only cast 7 spells. Crap, my opponent is at 15 spells, here comes Yogg!
Mac OSX Version Would love this for my laptop, mainly for the auto sync feature. Btw, for those looking for a mac tracker, HSTracker is actually pretty good and I use it for every ranked match on my laptop.