Hi, First off, John Drinkwater's pointer seems not correct. My own tests indicate that there's no window bordering error at all: maybe he had incompatible versions of the accelerant and kerneldriver for nvidia running. Instead, I found this: In BGLView::DirectConnected(direct_buffer_info *info) currently trouble exist. While GLTeapot works correctly at the default window position and size, moving and resizing the window does not work correctly. The clipping info members window_bounds and clip_list are _not_ updated _at all_. And/Or, DirectConnected isn't called after window resize/move events. This means that moving a window moves the outline and tab, but not the content. I saw this in BGLView using my 3D driver, so I am guessing BDirectWindow has the same problem (has it?). From the log I can see directmode is enabled, an initial correct (==compatible to R5/dano) clipping rect is set. When the teapot is moved this function isn't called. The teapot spinning comes to a standstill for a (part of) second or so, then the window is moved, and the pot spins again at the original position (so outside the window). What I also saw is that the mouse disappears largely when over the teapot output, but that's a Haiku problem. (Though that could be fixed using a lot of cliprect updating and DirectConnected calls: for each cursor move over the window). About indirect mode: works OK, that is comparable to R5/dano. With one exeption: if I drag the window (demo app or so) outside of the screen partly (right side tested), then it re-appears at the left side. This doesn't happen in R5/dano, so Haiku probably doesn't clip BView's cliplist (which I (mis)use here) to only 'display' that part of an output window that doesn't clip outside the screen's workspace size. One final remark: The teapot spins at about half the speed it does on R5/dano (same hardware and drivers). The bottleneck is CPU time on all systems, so this is a second indication that Haiku 'doubles' the CPU load for running apps (VLC has that to if you remember). Of course, it's just my feeling, there might be other/different technical system/ app_server reasons for that. That's it for now. Just want to let you know the current status here.. I won't investigate myself, I'll be on a break for two weeks in a few days. Bye! Rudolf.