I've found resizing windows quite a difficult task in Bodhi.
As a context, I have been a computing programer for 25 years (gosh I am old), and I have been using Linux system (mainly Ubuntu and derivatives, but also Mandrake, Puppy, Gentoo ...) as my main desktop for the 10 last years.
It never took me so much time to resize a window than with Bodhi: if one is not in the exact corner of the window, it's not possible to resize the window.
Am I the only one finding this difficult ? Is there a trick to do it easily ?
As a side note, I tried to use the system menu (top left corner icon) to resize the window. If I use the menu command, I can resize the window OK ... but it does not stop resizing every time I get near the window, it gets smaller ... so in the end, the window is gone.
Surely, I am not doing this right ... but how am I supposed to do this ?
As a last note, the system menu, is usually accessible (on most other system I use) with the Alt+Space keyboard shortcut ... but not on Bodhi !
Is there a shortcut to access that menu ?
The difficult of window resizing is theme dependent: which theme are you using?
For example Bodhi Forum Theme should have large orange handle that allows you to easly resize.
I suppose I can try to make larger space to resize windows in Radiance theme, this is an issue that lots of people have noticed.Go to the full post