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Old 02-17-2012, 08:48 AM   #1
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Click to Resize Radius Too Small on Gnome Windows

This may not be a Ubuntu-specific issue, but it is where I notice it (as I am not regularly using UIs of other distros.)

Problem statement: when I go to resize a window, it's hard to get inside the specific area of a window where it will accept a resize action. It seems like it's about 15px by 15px or so. This has always bothered me.

Question: You know what I'm talking about? Is there anyway to change this? Maybe in Gconf, Gsettings, etc.?



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