Today I want to tell to those who have a small monitor and need to work with resolve9 as you have seen now resolve9 need a larger monitor. What I did was, to loose one tool window, instead the dynamic timeline to have more space to work. I have a tangent wave, and I was missing buttons ... but thanks to controllermate and its demo mode. I will set starting 3 functions, wich I need to use without touching the mouse. And I am going to set to the keyboard. what to do, is to use the 1-2-3 (In my case) buttons from your apple keyboard to exchange tools fast. I use it for: button 1 to see the 3-way window button 2 to see the primaries window button 3 to see the tracking window But you can use it for every button/function/macro as you want. The tangent wave too can be controlled for this soft because it controlls ever with a USB interface. When you press a button in the wave the signal is finded by controllermate, and again you can set that block to start your diagram. I remember to used these buttons in the wave: "alt + F4" / "alt + F5" setting to "next keyframe" / "previous keyframe" Then you just need to use an output block to set the shortcut asociated. You download the controllermate for Mac, install, restart, and began to set. I recommend you do a group (Resolve) in the inspector window, active only work with the application and resolve when the foreground. then you create the pages, with their functions. in palette, use the controller option, and select Apple keyboard, when you press a button in the controller (in this case the apple keyboard) it will be recognized and it turns green. What turns to green is a block, move that block to start your diagram. As you can see at the pic. Now let's set the output blocks, still images and full data inspector as they give to you, if you have a screen of 1680 x 1050. If you are a controllermate registered user, the functions are infinite. Best !