@surfaceproartist: I’ve learned from previous things I’ve uploaded that sharing a version with a few bugs is not good business... So I’ll solve all the bugs I can find before releasing it, and will then be very happy if you can help find any other bug! But all the main functions are working so far! Apart from the new functions I mentioned before, I also added a function to change the position of the toolbar when the screen is rotated to make sure it stays in the visible area (i.e. depending on where you use the toolbar, you can currently lose it off the screen when you change the screen orientation, and need to use the item in the tray menu to bring it back). @stoneseeker: Thanks. I think it’s pretty cool! You seem to have settled on a pretty efficient setup with the Wacom right-click menu (and I think ModLock?) so I’m not sure how this can fit in your workflow. But in my hands it’s working very well and I especially like that I can switch toolbar very quickly when changing program. @reloaded: I’m glad you finally found how to make it work for you. It’s good to know that on high res screens a value of 40 is too small. Thanks for the info. 1) To associate a program to your toolbar: If you go in the Options, at the bottom of the “Active toolbar settings” tab you can select the program (i.e. Photoshop) to which you want to associate your toolbar. This is not necessary but it can increase the reliability of the toolbar. Photoshop is available in the dropdown list, while you can set ZBrush by using the Drag Me button. 2) Wow, you really dug into the code! How the hell did you find line 818?!!! Indeed, I removed the mouse buttons from the list because registering them was problematic (it actually worked well with a mouse, but was just really bad with a stylus). It looks like you’re trying to do two things: - remap the pen buttons. I’m not sure much can be done here if you’re using an N-Trig device (hopefully they will soon realize how much not being able to remap the buttons is hurting them and will eventually release the driver/program that has been mentioned in the SP3 forum). In any case, your situation is not clear. Are you saying that you have one or two buttons? And what are they set to do? And what do you want them to do? - use the pen in some way to modify the brush opacity. I’ve discussed this issue with stoneseeker in another thread. Have you tried using the scrubby slider? Change Opacity Of Your Active Layer With The Push Of A Button Or maybe you can try small scripts that I had prepared earlier. The first one is just a demonstration, the second will probably be very tiny on your screen but it shows what could be done by adding a button on Toolbar Creator: http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/art...own-native-photoshop-panels-3.html#post390436 http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/art...own-native-photoshop-panels-3.html#post390542 3) I can show you how to add predefined functions, no problem. But I’m just not sure what you are looking for is possible at all. If the suggestions above don't work for you, I can certainly show you how to include mouse buttons in hotkeys. 4) Nice icons! If you are set on your icons, if you want you could eventually send them to me so that I can include them in the zip file. This way you wouldn’t have to transfer your icons every time you update Toolbar Creator. Just a thought.