Keyboard shortcuts, those that are there, are not listed and configurable in some obvious place (Opera had a dialogue for that).
Not much under right-click. In Opera, right-clicking pretty much anywhere brought up context-specific menus. Right-clicking on any button allowed to move or remove the button.
Menus in Opera could be rewritten in full detail.
Toolbars: Ability to add and remove toolbars, and to add or rearrange buttons and elements on any toolbar as desired
In Opera, commands could be freely assigned and reassigned between buttons, menu items, and keyboard shortcuts. A menu item could be made into a button, a button into a keyboard shortcut, etc.
In Opera, under any button, menu item, keyboard shortcut, or mouse gesture, the commands could be serialised, so that one element could do many things in a row. For example, I had a menu item that I named "Edit link" which worked on webpages above links. It extracted the URL, opened the address toolbar (the thingie accessible by F2 by default) and pasted the URL there. Unfortunately the behaviour of the command series broke in Opera v.12
Fast forward and Rewind functions missing in Otter
In Openbox, when Otter is closed maximised, it opens up with the same size, but slightly off centre.
Virtual folders... tags aren't enough? :-)
Maybe just an aesthetic preference in the end. In my view, ideal bookmark folders should work like labels in email.
You mentioned that startup dialogue (crash management) is planned. It's not listed among the discussions at Github?
Links panel is listed https://github.com/Emdek/otter/issues/111 For every panel, Opera also had a Window mode.
Page tiling and cascading seems also unmentioned at Github.
Please clarify "Window" mode first, in Otter (and Opera) window means single tab.
It's mentioned in TODO, as exposing MDI features.
And will there be detachability?
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