Why this program isn't known by every tablet pc user is beyond me. I just downloaded this thing, and holy cr*p, it's AWESOME! After some initial hiccups getting the "Options" window to pop up (where all the settings are), where I had to run it as an admin so I could make the settings just how I wanted (also, you can check the most recent comments down at the bottom of the download page), I got this thing running, and ......wow. Just wow. So awesomely useful. Here's the link- ModLock You can set up modifier buttons to be automatically released after a set amount of time, you can right click them to make them stay "on" instead of having a timed release, and you can set up up to 3 or 4 extra buttons, which can also be special key combinations. You can increase the size of the buttons, their opacity, as well as where you want it to float, and you can make them vertical or horizontal as well. Plus, many buttons function differently if you're touching the screen while it's pressed, versus right-clicking while floating. For example, in Artrage-- Alt = eyedropper tool Alt + floating right click= rotate canvas Ctrl= a straight line in any direction or angle Shift= change tool size Shift + floating right click= change canvas magnification I've already got an onscreen button programmed as Ctrl + Z. Not much else I could want. Same thing goes for Painter, where, for example, I set up a "Tab" button. Now, I can have all my menus and palettes up onscreen, hit the "Tab" button, paint full screen, use the Modlock modifiers for things like Magnification and Panning, tool resizing, etc., then click tab again, and voila-- I have all my palettes and menus up.... alter adjustments, hit tab and ... boom, I'm drawing again. I found Painter almost unusable on a tablet pc before, but with Modlock, well, it's atleast worth exploring for my workflow. To me, this is sort of a revolutionary little program. I feel like people are asking for something like this all the time-- a simple, lightweight program that can put modifier keys up on the screen-- and (once I got past setting it up right) this thing does it very smoothly. Can't recommend it enough.