Now for a bit of good news, I finished (what I think) is the last new feature for the scrolling dock. I'm happy to introduce: Tablet Mode.
Screen shot provided by the super awesome Aussie commenter Omniwolf. I will be happy to purchase him a beer (or any other beverage of his choice) if I ever travel there!
The Tablet Mode will extend the dock the entire width of the screen and provide a smooth continuous (instead of five icons at a time) listing of your applications. Tablet mode will only display the applications and actions that you have configured (ie you will not see a blank plus icon). So, if you only have seven buttons configured, you will only see those seven buttons repeated. Currently, there is no long press menu when you are in Tablet Mode, as I'm not sure it would work well in this case. If you are using a theme, you may want to go back and re-download the theme to pick up the tablet dock background image (if applicable to the theme).
The last note about all of this, when I released the hot fix for the app closing issue, I had all of the Tablet Mode code in place but hidden from activation. I started to get a bunch of error logs in due to some of the Tablet Mode changes, but by the time I realized that the code had changed to the point where I couldn't exactly pin point the issue. I think that I have them fixed or trapped, but I'm not 100% sure, so if you have problems with the app force closing or if tablet mode just doesn't turn on for you, please let me know. If I get an error log via the market with the latest version I'll be able to track it down and get it fixed.
What's next? I'm going to go into maintenance mode for a little while. I have a couple of minor bug reports that I need to look into. The Theme Downloader sucks and needs to be looked at. After that, I'm going to work on the advanced weather add-on.