Thank you very much for the positive response
I had never attempted to use the screen designer until after I watched Ynneb video tutorial. http://machsupport.com/forum/index.php?topic=527.0
These video's clearly show how easy it is to build your own custom interface.
The Artsoft Screen designer is an addictive program!
This screen set is my first, so it took me two days to build.
The majority of the time was creating and plotting the buttons and LED's.
While I was designing the buttons Artsoft came out with the new LED buttons. These buttons are a great idea and give a lot of possibilities.
-Some hint-: To see or use the New LED buttons you have to download the newest Mach3 or Mach Dev.
-Image layers and transparent buttons-
If you’re working in multiple "image layers" with transparent buttons try to:
-Apply them last and all at once
If a transparent buttons shows a rectangular place holder around it you can:
-Send bitmap to back
If your background image is covering another image you can:
1. Remove the layer that is being hidden by the background
2. Hide all images,
3. Copy any buttons or LED's that will be over the image
4. Delete those copied buttons,
5. Import image that will lay behind buttons
6. Copy buttons back in.
The Mach3 Frame change was done using Windows Blinds.
Window Blinds is free program that enables users to personalize their Windows XP PC with thousands of different visual styles. You can make your own themes and apply them to individual programs. Stardock also has Object Docker and X cursor which is both very useful.http://www.stardock.com/products/windowblinds/