I did not on casual inspection see a feature request topic.
Here is some context. I just finished my first session running D&D with EpicTable and was very please with it, particularly after ~3-4 sessions using MapTools. My sessions are entirely local, and am thus using it solely to display maps using a projector. Based on my experience I have chose to purchase EpicTable.
1. the persistence of the data folder location. I've it to be by OneDrive directory and have to change it every time I start the application.
2. the persistence of the panel states (Chat, Dice Tray and Character Portraits). Because I am playing entirely locally these panels don't serve a purpose. Having to hide these every time I load the application is a pain.
3. having a way to draw some primitive shapes on a map. Specifically I wanted to draw a 20 foot radius circle on a map to indicate a spells persistent area of effect. My attempts to hand draw it were frustrating to the players as they did not feel it was accurate enough and when I used a scaled up token it hid the map. something that just drew a hollow circle that worked with the grid snap would be great.
4. I (and everyone I've seen try) expected the mouse wheel to zoom
5. I (and everyone I've seen try) expected right click to toggle panning
6. It would be great if the map rotation could be controlled per view. example: I have a map that was drawn in portrait, on my screen I want it to be in portrait so that I can read it and easily compare it to the book. but in the player view I want it to be rotated to landscape as it is being projected to a table and want to maximize viewable area. I've worked around it by preprocessing the map to landscape, but I suspect my dyslexia is getting the better of me trying to read the map on it's side.
It's clear that a lot of effort and passion have gone into this great tool. I hope that it continues to grow and garner support.