Straight line bug is gone now. Nice touch with the right-click on the move button. Yes, that works nicely. Of course, if you can't work in Full Screen mode with the AHK toolbar, then it won't really be needed. Have been pondering about the open button slot. I've been pondering some of how I work in color. I wonder if color samples (essentially codified and named color swatches) can be brought up by a key command. edit-- yes, they can (Ctrl + Alt + W). This, right now, seems like the most useful feature to go into the missing spot. No need to toggle, just hit the key once- its got a "close" button on the panel, so I can shut it down that way. My thought in terms of placement? Put the Color Samples button down by the Color Picker icon, instead of the Horizontal Flip button. Logical, functional. edit-- Also, re: secondary right click functions. I had a question. Can you have two functions that happen in sequence? For example, with the Stencils button- after one uses a few stencils, your canvas can get pretty full. It's nice to make them all hide. There's the option of setting a key command for that (there's not one preset though). However, you're not actually closing all the Stencils when you do that; you're just hiding them. There is, however, the option of making View All Stencils a key command as well. So, the idea would be if you right-clicked the Stencils button once you'd Hide them all, right-click it again, and you'd View All, click again Hide all, etc. However, I'd want this to be independent of actually pulling up the Stencils Collection Panel. So, there would need to be no relation between the regular taps and the right-click commands for it to really work right. Can that be done? Clearly, I've fallen in love with the functionality (and layout intelligence) of this right-click input method for the sort of "secondary", less-used, but still very useful key commands.