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Hi, I have a dialog that is resizeable, in other words, you can grab the sides and pull...

I would like to add a resize triangle to the bottom-right of the dialog which will allow the user to grab the corner and stretch it the same way. My reason for adding this is that I am rather clumsy and I find it hard to grab the corner of the dialog. I think the resize option for dialogs is only about 2 pixels wide...

Anyway, if anyone has a quick solution, I would really appreciate it.

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Thanks... That kinda works...

-- Bubba
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