The problem is that objects and views are separated. An object can be displayed in multiple view so in this case quebec output can't be correct for every view ;-) If you want the truth about presentation and nothing but the truth, you have to do it in C.
@Nicolas: I hardly ever use multiple views, but I can think of lots of reasons for using them. Exempli gratia:
- While developing a patch, have two presentation views, one at 400% for fine-tuning the positioning of individual objects, with the other at 100% (or smaller) to see the entire effect.
- For a gig, have one view in presentation mode, full-screen on a beamer, with the other one in non-presentation (with lots of sliders, number boxes, toggles, and other UI objects you don't want the audience to see).
and so on.
@Vichug: I believe the officially sanctioned use for multiple views is whatever you want to do with them.