Features: RadialMenu with 8 buttons per menu. Each button on RadialMenu can link to a submenu. Customizable Toolbar with up to 40 rows x 40 columns of buttons. Customizable hotkeys to display/hide RadialMenu Built in macro editor and recorder. Unlimited submenus. Custom per-application profiles and automatic profile switching for both RadialMenu and the Toolbar. Execute custom macros, launch programs, open folders and send key presses. Change the size of RadialMenu/Toolbar to suit your tastes. RadialMenu is customizable, change the border color, border size, hover border color, background, text, text color, and icon displayed for buttons. Color settings are per-menu specific. Custom button shape options for RadialMenu including Wedge, Triangle, Web, Circle, Square, Rounded Square, and Octagon. Changing the RadialMenu button colors to transparent allows only the icon to be displayed allowing the icon itself to be the button. Built in Swipe gesture activation of RadialMenu for quick access to the menu's buttons. DoubleClick activation option for those with a single pen button. Acknowledgements: lblb and his work on Toolbar Creator and it's contributors for inspiration for the visual design of the toolbar addition to RadialMenu. Wacom for, well their radial menu And last but not least, the TabletPCReview community. Without a community like this one I may have never started down the Tablet/Slate PC path so many years ago. Recent Changes: RadialMenu 0.4.6.326 - released March 7, 2015 - Added: Toolbar: Check for touch input that should fix some issues where input was still being processed when the toolbar wasn't visible. - Fixed: RadialMenu 'Gesture' mode activation command execution was executing the command 180 degrees from the chosen button. - Fixed: Double activation of "Launch/Run" command. - Fixed: Crash on profile export when trying to overwrite a previously exported profile. - Fixed: Toolbar showing itself when using "Stylus Auto Hide" and the toolbar is minimized from using the rollup/minimize button. RadialMenu 0.4.5.318 - released January 26, 2015 - Fixed: Missing icons/images when using "Launch At Startup" Installation Notes If any problems are encountered I suggest moving/backing up your existing settings and then starting RadialMenu. Doing this will reset RadialMenu to it's default install state. Settings are located at "C:\Users\COMPUTERNAME\AppData\Local\RadialMenu". The entire folder can be moved or deleted and RadialMenu will generate a new one as well as a new settings file. More details and the download @ radialmenu.weebly.com Basic Usage RadialMenu runs as a tray icon, right clicking the icon in the system tray will bring up a menu enabling access to the settings dialog as well as the option to exit the application. With a fresh install RadialMenu will have the default menu that is used for all applications that aren't associated with a specific profile, initially no buttons will be visible as they are NOT preset to an action but are disabled. Disabled buttons won't appear on the live menu at all. Customizing RadialMenu/Toolbar Once in the settings dialog RadialMenu and the Toolbar will be in 'Designer Mode' where you can customize the menus, buttons, and create/edit application profiles. Right click on a button to access it's settings. This works the same in both RadialMenu and the Toolbar. Activating/Displaying RadialMenu By default RadialMenu can be activated by pressing CONTROL + SHIFT + Z or CONTROL + MIDDLE MOUSE BUTTON. This can be changed in the settings/options window. Note that after changing the activation hotkey you have to exit/restart radialmenu for it to take effect. Checking the 'DoubleClick' button will cause RadialMenu to activate when the chosen mouse button is double clicked. The Toolbar has a button exclusively for toggling radial menu. Right clicking on the button brings up the options/settings menu. Using Windows Flicks To Show/Hide RadialMenu Windows Flicks are customizable. Control Panel -> Pen and Touch -> Flicks. Reference: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms694980(v=vs.85).aspx If you click the 'Navigational flicks and editing flicks' radio button you can customize what they do. You can use existing commands, or custom hotkeys. RadialMenu already will intercept these keys if you set your Keyboard Trigger in RadialMenu to the same thing as the flick. For example, the 'Print' flick command will send 'Ctrl + P' as a backup appcommand. If RadialMenus' keyboard trigger is set to 'Ctrl + P' then that flick will show radial menu. Right Mouse Button Activation/Context Menu If the right mouse button is used by itself for activation RadialMenu still allows access to the standard right click system/shell menu by way of some workarounds: 1. Activate radialmenu away from your right click target, then right click your target while radial menu is still displayed. 2. Right click "through" radial menu if you are accurate enough to do it in the space between the buttons. 3. Hold down control or shift and then right click your target.