Michael Lotz wrote: > If you want to go for the "different users can have different workspaces > and their own input/output hardware" we should place it into RootLayer > as, as I understood it, each workspace has it's RootLayer that manages > input/output stuff like mouse handling and cursor management. Nope. It's the other way around. Each RootLayer has its set of 32 workspaces. ATM there's only one RootLayer. When a second PC user comes along, it will get its own RootLayer instance associated with a DisplayDriver and another 2 input devices, keyboard and mouse. bye, Adi.