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Is there a way to make it so that I can resize a window by clicking on the side instead of the bottom right corner?
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The Green button Top Left takes it back to last size - try that.
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Not that I know off. The 'grab-handle' on OSX windows is just the bottom-right corner as oppose to the whole frame like windows. It's irritating a little at first when you're getting used to it but after a while you won't miss it.

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