Anthony said: There are a few issues with this right now. Token macro buttons should not be allowed to overlap the Pages button. Its annoying when you're trying to click the Pages button but have to de-select a token before you can do so. Also, the Pages button should be moved further to the right, just above the Zoom controls, and the Zoom controls lowered a bit to accommodate this. When the Pages pull-down has been opened, it should be in front. Right now, the Turn Order and any Character Sheets or Handouts that are open are on top and in the way. This means you have to move them out of your way or close them. The Pages pull-down might as well use most of the screen while its open. It already obscures more than half the screen, I see little reason why it should not use most of it (other than the layering issue above, but the current sizing doesn't actually help with this). What's left right now isn't very useful. I feel like it needs the ability to close automatically upon selecting a new map, but not always. Perhaps right-click on the map to go to that map and close the Pages automatically or something? It feels annoying to manually close the Pages after going to a new map, yet I fear it may be equally annoying if it closes every time. Agreed on Z-order and page pull-down thumb placement. I have fixed these on my local game with Stylus, but this would be better arrangement and behavior. I disagree on the amount of space. There are enough people reporting that they feel it takes up too much space that about half feels like a good compromise. Many GMs will open the page menu, navigate to a different page, grab some tokens they need and go back to the original page. Leaving about half the map area visible makes this possible without extra opening and closing. As for the auto close, you can get some of this behavior by using the advanced "p" shortcut. Once you have gotten into the habit of opening and closing the menu that way, you can pretty much decide when it collapses.