Hi reloaded, 1) Nice Ryan! Is that from the movie Drive? 2) Just so you understand my comments below, I can tell you that, somewhat ironically, I am not an artist. I never have used, and probably never will use, these toolbars with art programs (but I do use them with plenty of other types of programs). That's why I rely so much on the input of users to improve these toolbars. 3) I understand what you say. Depending on what your purpose is, these toolbars can be very inferior or very superior to the ArtDock-like scripts. All depends. 4) That being said, I'm a bit surprised by what you mentioned. I fully understand how using any kind of keyboard may be better than using this kind of toolbar (although when you're on the go, carrying a keyboard thing may not be very practical), but I'm puzzled by what you say about holding down modifiers like Alt and Shift. Again, I don't use these toolbars for art programs so maybe what I'm saying is irrelevant. I was under the impression that the well-known program called Modlock has been used for many years by tablet PC artists for exactly what you are describing. This Toolbar Creator thing can essentially be used as a kind of Modlock-on-steroids, so I think your intended usage may be entirely possible (again, I may be wrong). When you go in the Options and customize the different buttons, have you tried setting the buttons to types 3 or 4 (which are essentially more customizable versions of the main functions in Modlock). In my hands, I have found these types of buttons to be more useful than the modifiers in ArtDock (where you have to keep your finger on the button the whole time to keep the modifier pressed) since you can just hit the button once (with your finger if you want) to hold down a modifier, then hit it again to release it. Button type 4 is the same except that the modifier is released automatically after a set delay. Both types 3 and 4 have apparently proven to be very useful for the kind of stuff you mention. 5) But hey, I fully understand if these toolbars don't correspond to your needs. Someone more knowledgeable than me will hopefully one day figure out how to adapt Koide's scripts to all platforms.