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Asai, Makoto writes: > You have to write a small messenger class that sets your stacking > action to run manager. Old stacking action pointer will be just > forgotten. Please make sure to do it for worker run manager as well > if you run your code in MT mode. Thank you, Makoto! That helps a lot, to know that it's allowed and safe. I can set up the messenger's action (which I'll probably put into my ActionInitialization class) to delete the old pointer as well, to avoid memory leaks. -- Mike Kelsey