ALT+CTRL on border could resize a window
|Reported by:||humdinger||Owned by:||nobody|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
This is around hrev32100...
As you may know, ALT+CTRL and a left-click'n'drag anywhere in a window, will move it, with a right-click it'll send it to the back. Nice!
How about having a ALT+CTRL and a left-click on a window's border resize the window from this border?
Having only the bottom-right corner as single point for resizing has been an annoyance back in BeOS times and it sure still is.
The above suggested way would be consistent, if a bit hidden. But every system as tricks that just have to be learnt somehow...
(When reworking the shortcut system we can think of unifying a few system-wide shortcuts. For example, I'd really love to invoke queries without having a Tracker window active. Maybe OPT+F (OPT=WIN key). And all the other system-related stuff like the moving/resizing/back-sending also with a simple OPT+click. But that's a discussion for another time.)