Transparent borders on resizable windows

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Resizable windows in Windows 10 (and 11) have a thick, transparent border on all sides except the top. A window placed at 0,0 won't look like it's at the edge even though it technically is.

I never knew that. Even though my interest in that fact has nothing to do with Opus, I'm happy to have stumbled across this information.

The even better thing is Microsoft didn't think to provide an API to find out how big the invisible border is before a window has been made visible, and they still haven't fixed that oversight. :slight_smile: