xfwm resize window from the top border

Alexander Iliev sasoiliev at mamul.org
Mon Apr 27 13:15:21 CEST 2009

Stephan Arts wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 12:55 PM, Alexander Iliev <sasoiliev at mamul.org> wrote:
>> Jean-François Wauthy wrote:
>>> On Mon, 2009-04-27 at 09:24 +0300, Alexander Iliev wrote:
>>>> Consider having a window positioned at the top of the screen. Before
>>>> the addition of the feature to resize using the top border I was able
>>>> to select the title bar by just "throwing" my mouse up, then click and
>>>> drag the window. Now, after I "throw" my mouse up, I have to move it
>>>> back down a few pixels in order to do that.
>>>> One might argue this is not a big deal, but for a user who's used to
>>>> such a use case it might be a big deal. Fitts law applied to this use
>>>> case before, and it does not anymore. :)
>>> You can also always move the window using the alt+'left-click' shortcut.
>> Yes, and I do, but that does not make the above point less valid and
>> also (AFAIK) there is no such shortcut for shading/unshading.
> You mean the mouse-wheel on the titlebar?


Currently when the pointer is over the top border that does not work.
I've attached a patch which fixes this in bugzilla and I really hope
Olivier will accept this patch.

Alexander Iliev

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