Clarification in the readme.
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@@ 10,6 10,10 @@ layout.  Then, whenever you want to load
 `disp` can be run in daemon mode with `-d` to have disp listen for display changes
 and automatically restore the layout.
+When it works, it gets close to what OSX and Windows do by restoring monitory
+layouts.  It doesn't (yet) auto-save layouts; after reconfiguring, you have to
+call `disp -s`.