I've used Macs for long time--since at least System 7, but I never figured out the newish window widgets. red means close window. Got it. yellow means minimize. Something I rarely use, but perfectly logical. green used to mean "maximize window", but it now means "full screen mode". I found the old behavior to be useful; the newer behavior, not so much. The thing is, I have a retina imac. To the right is my auxiliary screen, merely "Full HD". I use both in various combinations. The larger screen is right in front of me, has better color gamut, is IPS and has that higher resolution. The smaller one is TN screen, has lower resolution, is in my peripheral vision, and the color is much poorer. I keep it on because I like the extra room. So you might imagine that I swap windows between screens from time to time. The trouble is, sometimes, the windows are too large to fit on the smaller of my two monitors. (When using macosx 10.5-10.8, I had a imac 20 inch coupled with monitors that were not 1650x1050, so I've been using unequal size monitors for a long time.) In previous versions of macosx, I was able to use the maximize button to resize the window to fit the bounds of my screen, and the lower right hand corner would become accessible. Then I could resize as desired. Now, it's not so easy. I can't get to the lower left and corner because the window is too high and too wide to fit the resize widget in the screen, and the "resize window to fit screen" button no longer exists. How can I resolve this annoyance?