Summary: RemoteDisplay isn't the same as shared screen, AFAIU
> : Um, no? If I understand it correctly, it allows you to open a frame on a remote display (provided you have the necessary X authorization credentials, of course).
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Not sure where to put this: To work with multiple users on multiple computers in the same emacs (like some experimental complicated editors allow you to) just start a screen session with emacs on one of them and connect to it via ssh and the “-x” option of screen. Then you only need to coordinate who types when (should be easy if you have a voice or irc connection in another window)
Isn’t this what RemoteDisplay does?