Tested some of GUI updates in Build 3,633 (Why use commas on About window). Focus given back to window when Help closes. Alt Keys - totally lacking in operation. Help Help window left pane needs refresh. Comes up with first topic expanded with nothing underneath. If you move the window slightly off the screen, and back, the info is there. If you click anyplace where info should be, all appear. Like I said, the control needs to have a refresh done when coming up. Toolbar buttons make no sense (with Text). You have three Home buttons, no Forward button text (so the button icon is always misaligneds with everyone else). The only way to distinguish Home buttons, is using tooltips. Toolbar text is only shown when button becomes active. Initially, Back and Forward are disabled and show no text. Easy Windows library call to show Disabled Text for buttons. Since there is no text for the Back and Forward button, the whole toolbar is misaligned. And Forward never becomes active ... doesn't seem to be any memory for moving around. If window is a HTML window, that is saved automatically for you. Wish there was a Index and Search feature. Don't see a separate .hlp or .chm file. Adds a lot of overhead to TrueImage, but must have to be that way for standalone, maybe. Alt+Space does not bring Control Box up if you haven't gotten focus on window. Help window does not come up with focus (if using Alt+H, then 'p'), You must click on window to get focus. Once you have focus, Control Box (Move, Min, Max, Close, ...) comes up. If you use Alt+p directly (not going thru Alt+H), window has focus and Control Box works. Once closed, calling window does get focus back (one of the GUI fixes I assume). Main Window: Alt+O does nothing (should open Operations Menu command). Alt+V works (opens View) Alt+T does not (should open Tools, opens Task Scheduler) Alt+H works (opens Help) The TabIndex order for commands does not work (as shown by Alt not working). When you Alt+H and open Help, Alt+p (or p) does not work to open Help. The others work. No need to show Alt keys for toolbar buttons, you cannot use Alt+key on toolbar buttons anywhere in Windows. That is not a common design. Plus toolbar text is too long, every toolbar button is abbreviated. If this is your own home-grown toolbar, split line the text. Even when you maximize the window, the toolbar does not stretch out. You have enough space for the full text when maximized. Just compute the largest text and divide by buttons to space out evenly. Kind of guess that I'm a Windows System designer, can't ya? Been doing it for over 25 years. Mostly in Visual Basic and Web Design. Don't know what TrueImage is designed in, so any of my ideas may be useless. But the GUI problems makes it impossible to use if no mouse available. More later!!!!