Is it possible to change the default Gnome Window Edge width for ALL windows???
Is there any Gnome or X-windows tweaking expert out there that knows how to change any existing Gnome 2.30.x Theme setting so that I can change the default width of ALL Window edges...
I would really like to make ALL window default edges to be at least 3 to 5 pixels to make them much easier to size with the Mouse.. The default width of 1 or 2 pixels is way to small on hi-res laptop screens.. I have a 17" screen @ 1920x1200.
While i'm at it, does any one know where these Gnome (or X) Windowing system settings get documented in completeness?
I'm already a keyboard shortcut expert and know about the default Alt+F7 and Alt+F8 to size/move windows with the arrow keys..but i still need to use the mouse in many scenarios and the narrow window edge drives me nutz!
Using a google site search:
Google: "theme create site:library.gnome.org/users/"
I found the info I was looking for on the official Gnome site in the Administrator documentation section:
The Intro docs URL that talks about creating your own or modifying existing theme settings
And the detailed settings file docs
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