I am a long time user of a windows manager tool in osx (SizeUp) that I love as it allows me to tile several different windows on my laptop screen while having a full editing window open on my secondary screen for coding.
I recently made the move up to OSX Lion and noticed that certain applications now seem to have restrictions on them for how they resize. The applications that I have noticed are, unfortunately, 3 of the apps I normally have open while working:
For all of these apps, when I resize them manually or using my windows manager tool, there seems to be a limit beneath which they won't go – i.e. they have limits set on their minimum height/width. This means that I am unable to tile them effectively on my smaller screen.
I am wondering if there is a way of overriding these restrictions so that I am able to tell osx to ignore the settings globally (i.e. for all apps) or can I disable the restrictions on a per app basis? Either solution would help.
Conversely, if there is another windows management tool that is able to universally override these restrictions, that would work as well,