--- Comment #3 from David Edmundson <> ---
Yeah, I'm of the thought that no-one uses the toolbox. 
But it's there because of designing round the idea that users never right

>I think some creative UI design could work:

That can at most remove one level:
but it still leaves adding an activity chooser inside the multi-screen thing,
or a monitor chooser inside the activity thing.

(and we're not making system settings contextually aware of only showing the
current activity, because that would be so unlike any other settings page)

Frankly it seems incredibly arbitrary to put some desktop settings in a
completely disjointed place to the desktop. 
I'm not against a discussion, but it needs some better justification than
"others do it".

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