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Here's a GIF showing the border for resizing a window. It's not that small, but I don't think there's a way to change it.


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All you’ll need to do is download GIFPaper (Dropbox link). As described in How to Use an Animated GIF as Wallpaper on Your Mac install the preference pane, and then head into System Settings. In System Settings, you’ll find the new GIFPaper option. Click it, then pick the GIF you want to use. It will automatically load up. If you want the animated GIF as ...


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This appears to have been fixed in OS X 10.11 El Capitan, as the banner can be accepted using ↩. Furthermore, the window appears fully on-screen in my scenario, rendering the need for a keyboard-only approach unnecessary for my use case. So as far as I can tell, it is impossible to accept the policy banner without using the mouse in OS X 10.10 ...



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