[haiku-cdt] Re: Border for resizing

  • From: "Humdinger" <humdingerb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "CDT ML" <haiku-cdt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 09:33:20 +0100


I'd like to continue the discussion on resizing windows with 
CTRL+ALT+click-on-border, analog to the existing CTRL+ALT+click-
anywhere for moving.

-- Humdinger, on Fri, 13 Nov 2009 21:00:58 +0100:
> Whatever the shortcut key, the function itself is good IMO, and 
> without 
> the overlay-idea already absolutely non-disruptive and well 
> integrated 
> with the existing click-to-drag shortcut.

Actually, I'd much rather everyone would agree with the above quote, 
and as a first step, the shortcut is implemented. There's already 
ticket #4493 for it at
That would give us the opportunity to try it out, see how it feels, and 
if aiming for the narrow borders is difficult.

Going the "overlay" road, I mocked up at
would ease these kind of operations (maybe integrating visuals for 
Stack&Tile as well). Does it make sense to explore this area further at 
this time, or will that have to wait until someone (who?, when?) finds 
out if there is an implemention that won't suck cpu cycles nor 


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