UPDATE October 10/3 2013 PHOTOSHOP The most recent Photoshop toolbar (which can also be used for Paint Tool Sai) can be found on thatcomicsguy's website here: Fantasy/Sci-fi graphic novels and webcomics by Cartoonist Mark Oakley, author of the Graphic Novel series, "Thieves & Kings", "Stardrop" and "Jenny Mysterious" ARTRAGE UPDATE October 10/3 2013: We have officially released v. 1.0 of the ArtRage Pen-Only Toolbar. You can download it at ArtRage Pen-Only Toolbar 1.0 and look at the list of changes, as well as get some sort of limited tech help at the dedicated threat at the Artrage Forums: The Artrage Pen-Only Toolbar is ready! Here is the link to the Youtube video and Tutorial for the Artrage Toolbar as well PAINT TOOL SAI Previous to the work on the ArtRage toolbar above, we were working on a combined ArtRage Sai version. If you plan on using it for ArtRage, you should use the more complete toolbar in the link above. If you plan to use it for Sai, it can be downloaded from post 448 here: http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/software/47928-photoshop-toolbar-45.html The Photoshop toolbar developed by thatcomicsguy can also be used in Sai: Fantasy/Sci-fi graphic novels and webcomics by Cartoonist Mark Oakley, author of the Graphic Novel series, "Thieves & Kings", "Stardrop" and "Jenny Mysterious" UPDATE MARCH 12 2013: Tonitti has customized thatcomicsguy's toolbar and come up with his own toolbar for Sai: http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/software/55812-sai-ps-toolbar-extended-based-ps_sai_toolbar.html OPENCANVAS For a related toolbar that can be used with openCanvas, see basicleader's great work here: http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/sof...pired-photoshop-toolbar-thread-need-help.html Original post: Hi all, After fooling around with a AutoHotkey script on my EP121, I decided to try to learn how to use AutoHotkey more efficiently. I've come up with a toolbar for Photoshop that can kind of serve as a version of ModLock on steroids (i.e. you can press the buttons with the pen, and keep modifiers like Ctrl and Shift pressed down). I was wondering if anyone would be kind enough to try it out and share their comments. It's available as a zip file that I have uploaded on mediafire.com: Photoshop_Toolbar_v1 For it to work, you will need to have AutoHotkey installed on your computer. Then, just extract the content of the zip file and double-click the file named Photoshop.ahk (you can close it by right-clicking on the tray icon). This should open a hovering toolbar that looks like the picture below. Any comments on how well it works would be greatly appreciated. Note that I am actually not an artist and am doing this to learn how to use AutoHotkey so don't hesitate to tell me if the layout is all wrong or if any important buttons useful for Photoshop are missing. Thanks in advance for your input.