It looks like when using the "resize below cursor" function, window resizing uses the bottom right corner as the "origin point" and dimension changes from there.
Is it possible for resizing function to be aware of cursor position in the context of the window? Such as bottom left, top left, top right — not just the bottom right.
So if the window is invisibly divided into four, resizing when the cursor is in the top left part of the window will cause dimensions to change from the top left corner, and respectively for four parts of the window.
+1 for this. Also related, it would be nice if you could choose whether to move on cursor move or "click and drag". For example, I want to have ctrl + [left button drag] move then window, instead of ctrl + [mouse move].
no probably not - as said I fixed it in the version I'm running on my local machine already. That's why I might not have noticed the issue anymore while testing this. The fix will be released tomorrow!
I don't know, I haven't tested this, but maybe there is a way to use only one shortcut with the Advanced Conditions, eg if the mouse is in the upper left corner of a window, then resize the window from there. So you would have to move the mouse to the desired location first and then use the shortcut.
@Andreas_Hegenberg [Andreas_Hegenberg] should know the full power of his tool, so let's wait for his response
I'll meanwhile use the 9fn script as that seems to still be better than being able to only resize from the bottom-right