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compiz - How can I change the alt+middle-mouse-button resize to alt+right-mouse-button? - Ask Ubuntu
In dconf-editor goto: org ➤ gnome ➤ desktop ➤ wm ➤ preferences and enable ☑ resize-with-right-button.
fuckina  unity  ubuntu  rightmousebuttonresize  windowmanagement  solution 
february 2016 by kme
12.04 - How to enable alt+right click to resize window - Ask Ubuntu
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences resize-with-right-button true
ubuntu  14.04  annoyance  rightmousebuttonresize  solution 
november 2015 by kme
Linux Mint Forums • View topic - How to remove the alt-middle mouse button shortcut
In there you have to navigate to org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences. In the right hand pane click the option 'resize with right button'. The resize option will now become Alt/right mouse button instead of Alt/middle mouse button.

--Or in this case org.cinnamon.desktop.preferences (may have been updated to org.cinnamon.desktop.wm.preferences in a recent version) which actually seems to work
rightmousebuttonresize  annoyance  linuxmint  windowmanagement  cinnamon  gnome  solution  essential  movein 
november 2013 by kme
Nulana - Flexiglass
Allows X11-wm style window resizing, plus Aqua Snap style window layouts with hotkeys. Pretty much worth the $10 since WindowDragon doesn't work anymore with Lion.
aerosnap  essential  mac  nonfree  osx  rightmousebuttonresize  utility  windowmanagement  solution 
august 2012 by kme
WindowDragon
Allows X/wm-style window resizing and dragging by adding an (Unsanity) APE. Unfortunately, no longer works on Intel Macs lacking Rosetta (post 10.6). Try Flexiglass (http://nulana.com/flexiglass --not free) instead.
solution  mac  osx  utility  software  annoyance  window  management  rightmousebuttonresize  aerosnap 
december 2009 by kme

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