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Old 06-22-2007, 04:01 PM   #1
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mouse pointer snap to window resize in metacity: increase size of region?

When you move the mouse pointer towards the border of a window, as to resize it, I would like to increase the "mouse snap" region, that is, increase the width of places I can put the mouse pointer and still resize the window. Right now, it looks only to be 5-10 pixels. 20 would be nice?

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manager, metacity, mouse, resize, snap, window

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