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Either change your desktop wallpaper to black, so you don't notice it; or add a black 5px line to the bottom of your preferred wallpaper.
(Edited) The behaviour of this green button can be changed using a tiny accessibility add-on. Follow the instructions at http://osxdaily.com/2015/03/11/change-the-green-button-maximize-behavior-in-os-x-yosemite-with-bettertouchtool/ Basically, this application (once installed and authorized) with let enhance the the UX of OSX by allowing you to define new ...
Easy Move+Resize is a great little tool that does exactly what it says on the tin. Usage Easy Move+Resize is based on behavior found in many X11/Linux window managers – Cmd + Ctrl + Left Mouse anywhere inside a window, then drag to move – Cmd + Ctrl + Right Mouse anywhere inside a window, then drag to resize This thing was a breath of ...
Similar problem with FT audio. It goes to the upper right too and ends up covering my apps. Easy to move yes, but then it's not on top anymore and I have to dig around for it to end the call. I poached this AppleScript and tied it to an Alfred Workflow tell application "System Events" to tell process "FaceTime" tell application "FaceTime" to activate tell ...
Terminal windows can only be expanded based on the width/height of a single character in the font that is used. You might be able to experiment and find a size that is easy to read while allowing the window to resize perfectly.
I have a solution for you, it's elegant and simple and free: google and download: go to global tab then.. then to 'others' menu point then to then select as in picture as you can see I use the Command + Q, shortcut command, then... should look like this done you close this app and u done. now try it! by double-clicking any app title ...
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