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Maybe you have met that the size of some dialogue windows can’t be adjusted, such as error message dialog, a dialog that asking the user “YES/No”, or some Windows built-in windows, etc., this time we can use ResizeEnable to remove limit in the window size.
ResizeEnable is a underlying system auxiliary enhancement applet, when it runs in the background, we can modify the size of any active window. Even for the size of system dialog box which can’t be changed formerly, when the mouse moves over it also becomes resizable, it’s amazing, isn’t it! Although not as powerful as Sizer, which can accurately change the window size.
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