@Naiplak So are you limited by what you can use in Cubase? My guess would be that you will run into hotkey limits in Cubase much faster than in Toolbar Creator (which is limited by what you can do in AutoHotkey, which allows a lot of hotkeys!) For example, in Toolbar Creator you can use as the basis for the hotkeys any of the 26 letters, the 10 numbers, F1-F20 (while there is F1-F12 on a keyboard, Windows recognizes up to F20), and several special characters and other keys (such as Home, Page Up, [, numpad4, etc.). Not even counting the last category and sticking to letters + numbers + F1-F12, that gives you 48 simple keys. Then each key can be modified by either one, two, three or four modifiers among Ctrl, Shift, Alt, Windows. So just for the letter "a", you find: a Ctrl + a Shift + a Alt + a Win + a Ctrl + Shift + a Ctrl + Alt + a Ctrl + Win + a Shift + Alt + a Shift + Win + a Alt + Win + a Ctrl + Shift + Alt + a ... ... ... Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Win + a Of course, there are combinations that you don't want or can't use (for example, Win + F19 is the click of the Windows Surface eraser pen button and you probably want to leave that alone, and there are many hotkeys native to Windows that you can't override), but you should be able to use way more than 280 hotkeys in Toolbar Creator. (However, you may need to edit your toolbar files manually to do so, in which case I would be happy to help you.) Does that help?