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Just recently installed CrunchBang Linux 11 "Waldorf". Would like to know how to increase the border thickness of windows. Or be able to change the threshold of the mouse cursor changing to the window resize cursor. I'm finding the fine mouse movements required to resize a window a bit fiddly.

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You should have a look to the openbox wiki: http://openbox.org/wiki/Help:Contents#Configuration

So let's say you use the waldorf theme with openbox. You go to /usr/share/themes/waldorf/openbox-3/themerc and search the line

border.Width: 1

For the part with the mouse I don't know, new to crunchbang too.

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If that link breaks, I guess the question will become useless :D but I see your point. Thanks. – bobrobbob Mar 31 '13 at 5:39

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