I am still interested in updating PGE (Panther Games Enhancer) to support CO2; now that it is out of beta. [provides map hotspots/zoom (like bookmarks) when playing on large maps across multiple gaming sessions] I think my life will be way easier to update it if I make three simplifying assumptions. Since this will be freeware and a companion utility for CO2 (means it makes absolutely no changes to the game; just communicates with it), I take license to make some simplifying assumptions for my coding. (1) The mini-map display is open and will remain open. (2) The mini-map display will remain at x,y 1,1 on the primary display. (3) The game map will reside on the primary display. * All other tool windows can be closed or open and located on any display which the user desires. I think this will reduce my code changes to the minimum. No doubt, you have deduced that I am running with two displays myself (32" HD TV and 21" LCD Monitor; the TV becomes my primary for some games that benefit from it). I will open up a separate thread when I have it coded up. PS: The source code for the new CO2 PGE, as is now, will be freely available. If your vision of how it works should differ from mine, then you are free to further modify it, but simply give credit for the original authorship/concept where due. Thanks.